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Mid December in Spain? Greece? Italy? We need advice!

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Hi All - We are planning a trip Dec 18 2014 - Jan 15, 2015. We will be in Florence on NYE and then no plans until Jan 15. We are looking to be as warm as possible for our trip - skiing and snow beauty doesn't compel us right now. We are both in early 60's, active and interested in culture, food and history. Would we be better off remaining in Italy and going south? Or should look to Spain or Greece? Also, given the economic issues in both countries, which will provide us the most for our American dollars?
Thank you and looking forward to your replies.

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