Here is my current itinerary for my next trip and I'd like to see what you think:
Day 1: Arrive in London, train to Edinburgh.
Day 2: Walk the Royal Mile. Fly to Dublin. Go to Temple Bar, have a Guinness, fly to Bristol, train to Bath.
Day 3: Take Hop-on, Hop-off Bus. Hop off at train station. Train to London, Eurostar to Brussels, get a Belgium Beer and some chocolate, see the kid "take a leak" Train to Luxembourg.
Day 4. Take the 15 minute in-depth tour of Luxembourg City, train to Paris. Eat a crepe.
Day 5: Take Hop-on Hop Off Bus Tour of Paris. Hop Off at Gare de Lyon. Train to Nice.
Day 6: Train to Monaco, stop at Casino to lose some money, realize it's only open at night, continue on train to Florence.
Day 7: Skip lines, see fake David outside near one of the museums. Train to Rome.
Day 8: Throw coins in Trevi fountain hoping I'll return to actually see Rome someday, take train to Venice. Take Traghetti across the Grand Canal instead of gondola to save time and money. Fly to Munich. (I skip Switzerland because if I want to see the Matterhorn, I can always go to Disneyland.)
Day 9. Have beer in Munich. Train to Amsterdam. Get wasted late than night in an Amsterdam coffee house. Get arrested because I got off in Hamburg instead of Amsterdam and getting wasted there is against the law. (it was late--but free overnight accomodations.)
Day 10: Train to Amsterdam, get wasted at real Amsterdam coffee house.
Day 11-14: I really like the "coffee" they serve in Amsterdam coffee houses.
Day 15: Ferry to London
Day 13: See all the sights destroyed by rioters during the G-20 meetings. Have a pint. Wish I was back in Amsterdam. Fly to Amsterdam.
Day 16-20: Visit all remaining coffee houses in Amsterdam
Day 21: Fly home. Get refund on return portion of ticket since I didn't need the plane.
Is this doable....Do you think I should make any changes...are any of you wondering why I'm posting this on April 1?