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Who loves Greece? Expertise requested on Rhodes, Paros, Naxos itinerary!

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We are finalizing our plans for our trip to Greece (14 days) arriving on May 24. We have, in the past, tried to see too many islands on one trip (although we have always loved every one!) On this trip, we don't want to overcompensate and spend too long in any one location. We like higher end hotels (usually because of the situation--most importantly view, location), always rent a car to explore the island, love the "less discovered" towns and villages, traditional Greek food, all the while taking a million pictures. Unfortunately, we are not passionate about ruins and museums, but never miss those that are the most noteworthy. Fodorites have always been essential to our trip planning, reading a report or response at the last minute has made us add or edit something that truly made a difference. Any advice or recommendations are welcome regarding your expertise regarding itinerary, hotel choice, restaurants, attractions, experiences.

May 24 -- Arrive in Athens, fly to Rhodes. Staying at Atrium Platinum Hotel.
May 25 -- Rhodes Town and surrounds
May 26 -- Day trip to Symi

May 27 -- Transfer to Lindos Blu Hotel. (We originally wanted to stay in Lindos for 2 or 3 nights, but this hotel, that we loved for the view, has a 4 night minimum policy.) We'd have a car so we could see the town, relax a day, and then check out the southern end of the island, Butterfly Valley, etc. Yet, is 4 nights just too long here?
May 28 -- Lindos
May 29 -- Lindos
May 30 -- Lindos

May 31 -- Fly to Athens; fly to Paros. (Haven't finalized our hotel choice here-- looked at Stelia Mare, St. Andreas, Angel Villas, Villa Isabella, Astir of Paros just looks too far from town... your recommendations?)
June 1 -- Paros (explore Nauosa, Paroikia, Lefkes...)
June 2 -- Day trip to Antiparos (Is a day trip here worthwhile or would you spend an extra day in Naxos?)

June 3 -- Ferry to Naxos (The Naxian Collection was rec'd. Looks beautiful, and we'd have a car, but the drive after a long day and dinner in town could be a hassle. Also, the view looks odd, quite a distance off the water and overlooking the marshlands...but maybe the hotel itself is worth it? Any great hotel recommendations in town?)
June 4 -- Naxos
June 5 -- Naxos
June 6 -- Naxos (It seems after reading various trip reports and posts that 4 days wouldn't be too long to visit Naxos?)

June 7 -- Fly to Athens then home.

(I originally included Hydra and maybe a day trip to Spetses in our itinerary instead of Paros and Antiparos, but thought of minimizing time regarding transfers, etc.) SO many options!)
Again, any of your thoughts, advice, downright wisdom because of your knowledge and experience in Greece, and previously Turkey, would be much appreciated as it has been in the past!

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