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Where to go in Europe over Thanksgiving

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My husband and I have the week off for Thanksgiving and would love to go somewhere in Europe. This will be his first trip to Europe (outside of London for a business trip). I have been a few times - France, South of France, Scotland and Belgium. We love warm weather and beaches but that is not necessarily a requirement for this trip. I just want to see somewhere amazing together - like Paris. He doesn't get much time off and so I want to show him that the 12 hour trip is worth it so we can go again this year!!

I read a few posts on Athens and Spain. I am thinking Italy. We have 7 days. Any thoughts on where to go in Italy to set up a post and do day trips as well as get the most of the weather? I was thinking Sicily but that seems remote. Or, I am open to another country entirely.

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