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July Trip (2 Weeks or So) London, Paris, Venice, Rome - Possible?

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I'm in the very early stages of planning a trip to Europe for July 2012.

The major hits are London and Rome. Thought it may be wise to spend a day or two hitting the countryside of England (Bath? Brighton?), travel through Paris just to see the Eiffel Tower and say I was there, Overnight to Venice for a day or two and then down to Rome.

Flying from Rochester, NY, area to London. And then out of Rome and into Rochester area.

Would be willing to reverse this order.

Is this trip possible for less than $5,000 for two people? Suggestions?

Am I better off doing all the planning myself or using a travel agent?

I would be open to using VRBO or other off the beaten path options to save on price.

Thoughts?

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