Prague - Arrival depending on train situation, then spend a full day and a partial day - leaving for Amsterdam hopefully on a flight if we can find one cheap enough. If not we'll do a night train, again if one exists. For Prague, we are pretty much following Rick's advice in the Back Door guide.
Amsterdam - We are hoping for 2 nights if all works out with a flight -- arriving one day for an evening of festivities and then spending another full day and leaving the 3rd day for Paris -- while there, we plan on seeing Anne Frank house, Van Gogh museum, Keukenhof Gardens, and spending some time strolling through neighborhoods and enjoying the canals, and of course, evenings in the Red Light district.
Paris - 3 nights, with 2 full days and one partial day upon arrival - everyone (except me) have their sights set on Versailles, I am not convinced that with such a short time in Paris it is wise to do a daylong trip elsewhere; however, after seeing some reviews here, it does sound lovely. Some highlights I would like to attempt are: Ile de la Cite, Eiffel Tower by night (should be easy since we are planning to stay in the Rue Cler area), Louvre, Arc de Trimphe, Rick's Champs E. - Rue Cler walk, Tuileries Garden - just as some ideas. Would a stop in Brussels on the way from A. to Paris be worth it?
So... your thoughts?! :~)
Thanks in advance.