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Oct./Nov. Honeymoon in Paris, Venice and Rome

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My fiance (soon to be husband) and I will be honeymooning in Paris, Venice and Rome. We're trying to keep things on the cheap with the occasional splurge on a decadent dinner or day trip. Also, romantic ideas are appropriate (and encouraged)!

ABOUT US: Early thirties, adventurous travelers with a soft spot for art, wine, local food, live music, dive bars, open air markets and stretching a dollar (or euro). I'm a vegetarian. Fiance is not.

OUR TRIP:
Paris: October 28 - November 1 (staying at the Westin Vendome)
Venice: November 2 - 5 (staying at the hotel Danieli)
Rome: November 6 - 9 (staying at the Westin Excelsior)

We have very good friends who live in Rome, so the bulk of our concern is over the best ways to get around and best cheap eats/dive bars/local parks/open markets/thrift stores in Paris. To be honest, Venice is all about lounging for us. Suggestions for eats and cocktails welcome.

Thanks in advance for your help. I've been so busy planning the wedding I've completely neglected the honeymoon :(

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