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Doing the happy dance!

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Just booked flights for April/May 2013! So excited that this trip is officially happening!

Paid out the wazoo, but got tired of waiting. There will probably be a fare sale at some point, but I wanted to go ahead and get some of my other reservations locked in, and just decided it was worth the peace of mind to book now. $1250 each - ouch! But we successfully booked open-jaw itineraries, into Venice and out of Rome, without terrible connections. (Coming from Jackson Hole, it can be quite a feat to get a decent itinerary.)

So thanks to everyone for all of your help planning - and a preemptive thanks for the future advice that I will need as well!

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