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14 days - where to go??

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My husband and I are planning a 14 day trip (with two additional days allotted to get there from the US and back) - we just can't decide where to go! We've done a large portion of the major Western/Central European cities - London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, Prague, etc.

We were thinking perhaps Portugal and Spain? Or Croatia? We both enjoy outdoor activities - our honeymoon was a 200+ mile bike ride through Ireland. A place with challenging hiking would be great, we also love coastal cities and historical sites.

We were also thinking perhaps to skip Europe this time and go to Asia? We haven't really spent much time in Asia...

Bah! Basically, anywhere in the world, 14 days. Any takers on advice for this? Neither of us are good at whittling down infinite possibilities...

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