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Help - First time Europe trip

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I'm looking for some help. My husband and I are planning a trip to Europe in June to celebrate my 50th birthday and our 5 year wedding anniversary. I am overwhelmed with information. We are NOT "group" tour type people. My first thought was a cruise but that leaves limited time to explore new places. Our second thought was a few days in London, train to Paris, drive to Rome and then possibly relax on a cruise for a few days. Although everything I read about driving from Paris to Rome looks extremely expensive and difficult. Could someone suggest a reputable travel agent with experience in European travel planning? We also have lots of frequent flier miles and hotel rewards points so I am looking for someone who can help us get the "biggest bang for our buck". I should also mention that we like warm weather, beaches, etc. Any help would be appreciated.

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