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Germany, Switzerland, France in a few days?

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I am trying to plan a few days in Europe in early July for my husband and me. We will be in Great Britain for eight days and then we have about five days to do something else. I know this is a ridiculously short amount of time but we may never make it back to Europe and wish to see as much of the scenery as possible. Ideally we would like to see something in Germany for one or two days, something in Switzerland for one day maybe and then have a couple of days in Paris. Is this enough time with all the travel times we will face? Please be kind and don't berate me for "cheapening" the experience. I know this is not ideal but I'm trying to make the best of it. Any and all help is very much appreciated!

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