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Where to go for honeymoon

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Hi everyone.
My Honeymoon is on June 11th 2012 and I've narrowed it down to

Italy - Venice for 3 days then Rome for 4 days then Florance for 3 days then naples for 1 day
OR
France- Stay somewhere in Nice France but it's close enough to go to Cannes and Monaco.

I realize everyone's opinions will be different, but i'm still curious to hear what people have to say about these cities in terms of romantic atmosphere, the people, things to do, and cost.

I am leaning more towards South of France because of how much closer the popular cities are. I feel that it would not be as big of a hastle to get around, but then again i'm looking forward to people with experience on giving me their advice.
Thank you!

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