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I'm starting to look into a trip to Greece for September 2017. First, I do need to get a good guide book. Which is the best for the Greek islands and Athens? I have about 19 /20 days including travel days.
My thoughts, fly into Athens and then to Crete. 5 nights in Crete. Then ferry to Santorini 4 nights. Then ferry to Mykonos 2 nights. Fly to Rhodes 3 nights. Then fly to Athens 3/4 nights. I know this is a lot of running around but not sure if we will ever get back to Greece. I am torn between Rhodes, Naxos and Paros. I am looking for a great 4/5 star beach resort on a fantastic beach. I'm thinking, and I could be wrong, so please give opinions, that the beaches in Rhodes are beautiful. Any help would be appreciated. We like to stroll around city centers and shop, eat etc. History is okay and beach/pool downtime with great views is a must. Ruins are good as well as churches. Hubby is not a fan of museums. Thanks for any input

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