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London, Ireland, Switzerland in June

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I'm returning to London (was there in Feb) the end of June when my daughter finishes up her graduate work there. I'll be there for several days and then we're off to see Ireland (where our ancestors are from). This is a first visit to Ireland, but we'll return next Feb. for her graduation with the rest of the family. I'm at a loss at how to go about planning this trip. I'd really like something a bit structured (like Rick Steves or Groupon tour) so I don't have to make too many arrangements on my own. Also, because we're two women traveling alone, I like the "safety" of being part of a group with an itinerary. After Ireland, we're thinking we can do a Ryanair flight to Switzerland. I never take a trip without checking in here first! If you have any advice/recommendations, I'd be very appreciative.

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