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First Trip to Europe

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Planning trip to celebrate our 25th anniversary in Europe this summer (June, July, August 2014 possibly). We have 2 weeks to spend traveling from Miami and are pretty flexible the time of year we go.
We would like to spend time in Paris, Germany and London but don't want to feel rushed the whole trip. If you think this is too much then Paris and Germany are top 2. I'm a little nervous, because we both only speak English and much as I would like to learn a new language in the next 6 months..not going to happen.

Our interests: history, food and wine, interacting with locals
Budget: $10k

Wondered if anyone has experience with any good tour groups for these destinations? I'm leaning towards a tour group, because of the amount of time it would take to research and plan a trip and the limited amount of free time we have.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions!

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