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Hi, I'm planning my June-July trip about 14 days (16 total with flights in and out) and I'm all over the place (with changing my mind) so will get back to y'all with an itinerary soon. Initally wanted to do London (7 days incl side trips) / Amsterdam (2 days) / Paris inc side trips (5 days). Now I'm starting to think the day trips are more like a couple days and it might benefit us to stay a night here or there. I thought it would be nice to break up the cities and see some of the countryside charm Britain/France has to offer.

(Also, but not really for this discussion, my daughter really really wants to see Italy and I told her that we'd go on another trip but the truth is it's been several years of planning and saving for this trip that I'm reconsidering moving some things around. I feel like Italy needs its own trip to hit Florence, Rome and Amalfi Coast, Vesuvius, then pop over to Spain also).

Anyway, to get to the matter at hand, I was planning to fly into London and at some point wanted to visit Oxford/Cotswolds

My b/f's heritage is Welsh (no idea where exactly) but I thought it would be nice to sneak Wales into my trip. Planning to travel all by train. So maybe leave London one morning to visit Oxford for the day and head to the Cotswolds to spend a night. Spend the following day visiting a few of the smaller picturesque towns in the Cotswolds and then head to Wales at night to spend the following day there visiting one area, but where? Cardiff? We just wont have time to go North I don't think as I'm adding this in..

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