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To Prague or not to Prague

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Planning a first trip to Europe after 30-years of waiting!! After this trip it will probably be another 30- before I get back so I'm trying to cram a lot into 2-months. After reviewing my itinerary EXTENSIVELY I decided it would amplify our experience for the best if I cut out one leg of the trip. We will have seen all of Ireland, Scotland, London, Belgium, France Switzerland and Italy by the time we would head up to Krakow and then back down through Prague. My husband is a huge history buff so Krakow was one of the top places he was hoping to visit (all the others are being fulfilled) on the way down from Krakow I planned to visit Prague since it was all the rage amongst friends I've known who got me hooked on the idea...but that was back in college. We are wrapping up the trip in Munich for Oktoberfest and if I cut out Krakow and Prague it will save a lot of time and money- but I also feel that we may never be that close again. Thoughts?

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