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Honeymoon in Italy...Advice Please!!!

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We are planning to go on a 3 week honeymoon in October 2012. We want to start in Italy, see Rome and Florence for sure, and possibly Cinque Terre? Any advice or suggestions on what order to do this in would be greatly appreciated. Plans are still loose, but we would also like to see Paris, and possibly go to Spain as well. Is 3 weeks enough time to cover all that ground? Is it crazy to try and book this all ourselves? I would say we are definitely the more art/culture leaning types, so any recommendations would be great. Someone suggested using a travel agent, but I'm hesitant because I don't want some cookie cutter honeymoon...want to tailor it to our interests. Also our budget is moderate mostly with a few splurging days in between? Please help :)

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