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FUN things to do in Rome, Florence, Paris

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I have a challenge for Fodors forums!

I'm currently planning our October 2012 honeymoon, which takes us through Rome -> Tuscany -> Venice -> Paris in 2.5 weeks. From browsing these forums, I have a fairly solid idea of the "must sees" in each city.

However, given that it's our honeymoon, I'd like to sprinkle fun and different activities here and there, so that the trip is balanced and not weighted too heavily in museums, art galleries, sightseeing, Colliseums, Duomos, catacombs, and the like.

Some activities I have been considering so far: Ghost tours (Rome), Segway tours (Paris), Cooking classes, Opera in Florence, Theater in Paris, Foodie walking tours, renting bicycles, etc.

I'd like to hear about some memorable experiences you all have had, specific to Rome, Florence, and Paris. (Purposely leaving out Venice, because I think we'll just "get lost" for two days and see where that takes us!) (Also purposely leaving out Montalcino/Siena, since our time will be used in driving to nearby Tuscan towns, vineyards, and the like).

Looking forward to hear about your experiences!

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