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Should we cut Venice out of our itinerary??

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Considering cutting Venice out of our honeymoon itinerary for October 2013...

We only have 9 nights between Switzerland, Milan (both which can't be taken out of the itinerary) and Venice and although I would like to go to Venice, would it be better we stay in 2 rather than 3 locations (start of a 4 week honeymoon after a long haul flight).

Although I would like to go, because of the uniqueness of Venice and because it is meant to be romantic, I am worried it will just be tiring!

Will we regret cutting it out?

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