Sorry so long
Okay So now that I have been doing some more research, I have found some more places that I want to go.So my new plan contains: Amsterdam, London, Paris and Rome as my core cities ( the ones I will be spending 6 to 7 days at, taking day trips to places near by, except for Brussels, Belgium where I decided to stay a night since it's an easier connection to London and I want waffles and chocolate. So below is my working itenerary:
Arrive Amsterdam (7days)
Possible day trips: Haarlem, and Zaanse Schans
Things to do: see windmills, wooden shoe factory, go to coffee shops, see red light district,go to liedseplien and rembrandsplien, go on canal tour, walking the 9 streets.
Leave Amsterdam Arrive Brussels
Things to do: get chocolate and waffles, there is suppose to be a boy peeing fountain that has costumes or something will have to look up name, but see that also.
Leave Brussels Arrive London
Possible Daytrips: stonehenge, bath, york, cambridge, is liverpool close?
Things to do: Tower of London, shakespeare dome, London eye, camden markets, covenant gardens, castle combe
Leave London Arrive Paris
Possible day trips: versaillies and chateau
Things to do: parc asterix, eiffel tower, notre dame, louvre, arc de triumph, musee dorsay, St. Chapplle, montmartre, windsor castle
Leave Paris Arrive Rome
Possible Day trips: (Though unsure how close they are) Sorrento, Pisa, Florence
Things to do: Forum, coluseum, vatican, trevi fountain, cata combs, chuch of capucin monks, piazzai spanga and piazza navona
Leave for home. Unfortunatly.
These are the things that I have wrote down so far. Can I do everything on here and still have time for a little spontanity(??)? Anything on here a waste, or something I missed. I am now researching possible hostels at least 3 or so in each core city. Any opinions? I am also trying to figure out rather to get a eurorail pass. I did the Rick steves map (that gives estimated costs of travel between cities) and with all the places I want to go, at least what was on the map, equaled $1035. I would think that a pass would be cheaper, but it is useless in at least London and Italy. I keep trying to figure out the pass thing but it is so confusing. Can it be used to get to london but not from London to anywhere in England? Or not even to England? What pass would be my best bet? I am a student under 26 by the way. Global pass? Select Pass? Or saver, since there will be two of us? And will it save much, the saver pass. Also, I was think about getting a paris pass as it is fairly cheap and has most of what I want to do, and provides unlimited transportation by bus or train, unsure. The London Pass is pretty high and from what I hear most places are free or fairly cheap. And I haven't seen one for Amsterdam or Rome. Oh, so many questions, help where you can please. Sorry so long