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honeymoon in december

we are Costa Rican. so we'd like to head for the snow in our honeymoon. we want wine, good food, chocolate, fireplaces, woodsy snowy mountains, comfortable hotels and some fun activities. we would like to save the cultural/historical sights for another trip. this trip is about romance, pleasure and relaxation.

that said, we got an itinerary from a travel agent but would like your opinions on it. we are open to changing anything, except we'd like to stop by venice and see some alpine towns. so this is what they said: 3 nights venice, 3 como, 3 dolomites, and the last night in milan. please tell us what you think! in case you have ideas, we like nature, horses, could do a little skiing but aren't skilled skiers, and hotels with a cabin look and/or cool activities are a huge plus.

thanks for your help!

laura

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