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Trip To Netherlands, Belgium, and France

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I am planning a trip to Netherlands, Belgium, and France. I am aiming for around 3 weeks but am not sure how to divide the time up.

Here is my itinerary:
1) Amsterdam, Netherlands
2) Lisse, Netherlands (To see the tulips)
3) The Hague, Netherlands
4) Rotterdam/Kinderdijk, Netherlands
5) Brussels, Belgium(Take a day tour to Ghent and Bruges, a Day Flanders/Ypres tour and, a Day Bastogne and Luxembourg tour *All tours end up back in Brussels)
6) Paris, France
7) Chenonceaux, France
8) Lyon, France
9) Les Baux-de-Provence, France
10) Marseille, France
11) Cassis, France
12) Nice, France

Could you suggest some ideas on how to divy up the nights and also tell me if I am missing some important destinations?

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