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Where to honeymoon in Europe?

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Hello! We are planning our honeymoon in August. We are frequent travelers, and have travelled all over the Caribbean islands. For our honeymoon we want to do something different; Thailand or Europe. We have anywhere between 2-3 weeks to spend. Our number one choice was Thailand but after reading posts about the weather in August we are contemplating other options.

We are considering the following in Europe:
1) Greece alone
2) Italy alone
3) Greece and Italy
4) Greece and France

What are your thoughts? We are completely stuck, so any advice would be highly appreciated!

I should also mentioned that we hope to stay within a $10k budget. Additionally, we are looking to get some relaxation as well as sightseeing done.

Thank you so much in advance!

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