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Cruise to Greece in 2014?

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My husband and I have been bitten by the travel bug and are COMMITTED to making more travel happen in our future! We're thinking ahead so we can save our pennies and stick to a budget, and our current goal is to travel overseas at least every other year (more if we get promotions and raises someday!)

We're thinking about a cruise to Greece in 2014 to enjoy warm weather, fine food and relaxation. We've never been on a cruise before, and we want something laid back, peaceful and not TOO expensive where we can see the beauty of Greece, maybe swim with some dolphins (That's always been a dream of mine!) and enjoy lots of good food and sunshine. We don't need fancy accommodations or lavish amenities, but a little pampering wouldn't kill us. ha ha.

Any recommendations for cruiselines, scheduling (we'll need to go when school is out, as I am a teacher), or anything else? We always appreciate Fodorites' advice!

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