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Air deals to Europe in July 2011?

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For many reasons, I have not been able to plan a much longed for European vacation before this. My husband, my teens and I are open to going almost anywhere. We just can't find what seems to be a reasonable deal out of Nashville on July 15th or 16th to return on the 24th. Any ideas?

Do I just need to bite the bullet and pay $1200 or so per person to go to Paris or $1400 to go to Rome? Is that a pretty normal summer rate? I've tried to explore Dublin, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Lisbon. But, everything is four digits. Should I try to find a pre-packaged tour that includes air? If so, any suggestions? We don't want to be in a large bus with 30 other people. Please
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