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French Villages or Italian Cities

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Will be wrapping up our 3 week honeymoon next July/Aug (2012), and are looking for suggestions on where to spend the final week (6 nights).

We will be coming from Cinque Terre, and flying out of Milan a week later. Logistically, we would like to make this as simple as possible, with minimal travel. Also, we will most likely not decide ahead of time, rather choose our final week towards the end of week 2.

Some general areas/towns we are considering: Arles, St. Paul de Vence, Tuscany, Venice, & Lake Como.

Additional Information: Weeks 1 & 2 include Amsterdam, Bruges, Paris & CT. (It would be nice to find a town/area that complements the already visited areas).

Would appreciate any suggestions on small villages, romantic areas, etc. Thanks.

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