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Re : Visiting 3 cities

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We like to visit Budapest, Vienna and Pragues from London. I am not sure what is the best sequence of cities, and most economical and practical transportation, we should take.
Here are my questions :

1. First we would like to take the Eurostar from London, St. Pancras station to Paris. How do we get to St Pancras station from Heathrow airport? Could we store 2 big suitcases at the St. Pancras station or somewhere close to that station? How much will it cost us to store 2 suitcases from June 30th to July 4th?

2.After staying in London for 4 days where we already reserved a hotel close to Victoria station, we would like to visit Budapest, Vienna and Prague. What is the most logical sequence we should follow? Should we start by flying from London to Budapest a
and return to London from Prague or Vienna?
Here is a suggested itinerary :

Store our big suitcases at the airport where we Fly from London to Budapest, stay 2 nights
Take the train from Budapest to Vienna or Prague, stay 2 nights
Take the train from Vienna or from Prague, stay 2 nights
Fly back to London from Prague or from Vienna, pick up our suitcases and then go to Heathrow airport to fly back home.

any advice on transportation, hotels, sequence of c ities would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
Coco2012

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