Hi all, my husband and I along with my brother and sister in law are traveling to the UK in late May-early June. We are all in our mid-20's and this will be the first visit for two of us. My husband and his brother have family in London and have been to visit but not in the past 8-10 years. I've planned plenty of trips in the United States but feel completely out of my element with this trip so please offer suggestions/critiques.
We have two weeks and this is really the only time that works for us unless we wanted to go in late July which seems like a bad idea just from reading some of these topics. I've planned for 3 days in Scotland, concentrating in Edinburgh with possibly a day at St. Andrews since my husband is a golf lover. Then 6 days in England, primarily in London. We will probably spend 2 of these days with his family in Redding and will most likely stay with family for some nights as well. We would also like to try and do 2-3 days in Paris. Plus 2 days of travel time to/from the states.
We'd like to do a mixture of tourist and non-touristy things. Since two of us have never been, we'd like to hit the main sights and see them but I don't want to drag my husband to only things that he has seen before. He is a huge Manchester United fan so is a day trip to see the stadium reasonable? Does anyone have any recommendations on which tour to do of the stadium?