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My husband and I and our 2 closest friends will be taking a retirement trip in 2015. We all dream of visiting France and Italy. I would also like to visit Spain. We have 15 days. We would be flying out of New Orleans, LA. We have only left the US a couple of times and have no clue about how to travel. If we wanted to visit Spain as well, how many more days would we have to add and how would we do it? Also I have no idea what would be the best places to visit. We have talked about the French Riviera, Paris, and enjoying the food in Italy.

Help! I have no idea what would be the best places to visit in any of these countries and get the most out of our 15 days.

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