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3 weeks in Europe

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Hi, Im a newcomer to this board. My Wife and I are taking our Honeymoon in Europe for three weeks in October of 2015. We planned on flying into Paris since it was the cheapest flight we found. We wanted to see Paris for a day or two, then head to Munich for rotenburg (?) Dachau, Oktoberfest, and a castle. from Munich to Rome ( we were invited to stay with the crosiers at Vatican city. We must be in Rome the 18th and 19th.) then spend the last 2-4 days on the island of Crete in Greece.

We are having difficulty figuring out the best and most cost effective way of traveling between these countries with our luggage. Rail passes looked to be 1000 USD per person (roughly).

Looking for idea's to help keep the dream a reality for us. We are a blue collar couple so this is a once in a lifetime trip for us. any thoughts or suggestions would be welcome

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