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10 day trip to Greece - Crete and where else?

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I am travelling to Greece after spending 2 1/2 weeks in Italy from May 16th - 26th. Both these dates are travel dates and so I will only have 8 days in total. I am travelling alone and was going to spend 5 nights in Crete and then head up and spend a few nights in Santorini or Naxos and then go to Athens by the 25th so that I won't miss my flight out on the 26th. Now I am wondering whether I am better to just stay on Crete and even get to Athens a couple of days earlier to hang out there.

Thoughts?

Thank you,
Christie

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