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Which way do we go?

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I'll admit I'm hooked. First time traveller to Italy in the fall of 2013 and now I want to see more. So am planning to expand my horizons in spring or early summer 2015. Some thoughts are south of France and then down to Barcelona or Paris and Bruge or going a totally different route and seeing Scotland, ireland and/ or Wales. I know. They are all so different. My DH and I would try to do 10-12 days , but may have teenagers in tow this time which means fewer museums more outdoor exploration.
Will we get more bang for the buck in any one place than the others? I have always had a curiousity about Scotland. I live in the desert so anyplace wet, green and cool sounds like paradise, but I think our kids would be wowed by the Eiffel Tower or Sagrida Familia. Help!

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