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Honeymoon...Venice, Florence, Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid in 3 Weeks!

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Is this possible? Are we biting off more than we can chew? Its actually like 23 days, so I'm thinking about a week and a half in Italy, then split the rest of the time between France and Spain. If anyone has any advice as far as spending more or less time in a certain place and any other tidbits of wisdom, we'd appreciate. At this point I'm trying to map out our itinerary: we fly into Venice on October 11, and out of Madrid on November 2. These are the only tickets we've purchased so far. Our plan is to train to Florence then Rome, fly to Paris, fly to Barcelona, then onto Madrid. Thoughts?

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