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Honeymoon in Paris + Nice - Best Way to Split the Days?

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My fiancé and I are planning our honeymoon for late August to early September. We have already bought our tickets, so we will arrive in Paris on Saturday, August 22nd. Our return flight is out of Nice on Saturday, September 5th. This leaves around 14 days to play with.
If it were up to me, we'd be on the go, go, go. But, my fiancé really wants a more relaxing time, hence the reason we're planning on Nice for a few days.
My original thought was to spend 7 days in Paris, take the train from Paris to Nice and then spend the remaining 7 in Nice. I'd love to go to Versailles one day while in Paris and Monaco one day while we're in Nice. I have a pretty decent itinerary mapped out, but what I'm most concerned about is the amount of time in each city. Is 7 days too long to spend in Nice? Or will it provide a nice relaxing counter balance to the hustle and bustle of Paris?
I've already bought the plane tickets so I can't change anything on that end. Any thoughts or suggestions are much appreciated!

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