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Paris, Amsterdam and maybe London in two weeks?

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Me and my soon to be husband will be spending our honeymoon and next travel adventure in Europe this September. We have decided on two weeks since the one week we spent in Japan last year felt so short. (We definitely plan on traveling there again, so we enjoyed the time we did spend there.)

I am shopping for airfare now, and I am just up in the air with what I should be looking at. We want to definitely visit Paris (I've wanted to go since I was a little girl) and Amsterdam. We were thinking about adding London too, but I've read some of the forums and many think that its too many places in a short time.

What I need help with is advice on airfare, lodging (hotel vs apt) and transportation. Transportation I am mostly confused in, as a co-worker has said that flying is reasonably less expensive. Also, if you all know of must see places or things to do.

A little bit about us is that we are in our mid-twenties, love to see different places and we seem to always take something away from everywhere we go. We both work in customer service areas and love to meet new people. I am not as spontanious as my fiance, but we are open to try new things/food.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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