Honeymoon in Greece: What do we need to know?

As most of you know by now, we were married on May 21, 2016. While we planned to spend the following two weeks in Hawaii, my widespread DCIS had other plans and we had to cancel our honeymoon. Instead, I had a bilateral mastectomy on May 24 and we spent the night at Rex Hospital after my surgery.

Recovery 2: Excellent service but not very romantic. I took this selfie in the middle of the night to send as proof of life and a smile to our immediate family. When they had to leave, I was barely awake. My new husband dutifully slept by my side in a recliner. 

Recovery 2: Excellent service but not very romantic. I took this selfie in the middle of the night to send as proof of life and a smile to our immediate family. When they had to leave, I was barely awake. My new husband dutifully slept by my side in a recliner. 

While the fabulous Terika did wake me up every four hours for a nice cocktail of meds, this fuzzy night and the challenging weeks that followed were not exactly honeymoon material. 

I am PUMPED to share that we leave next week for our REAL honeymoon in Greece! We are hitting Athens, Mykonos and Santorini. Don't worry, it's ok that I share that because our house won't be empty, our spoiled cat has live-in caretakers coming to attend to his diva needs.

This is our first time booking a trip through Costco Travel so I am excited to let you know how that goes - we have heard great things. 

SO WHAT DO WE NEED TO KNOW?! All of you world travelers, I need your every Greece tip. What attractions are not to be missed? Which foods and beverages do you still crave? Any hot spots we need to hit up? What do you wish you had packed when you went? Please comment below and let me know!

This trip is so well deserved and I can't wait to spend some serious quality time with my husband and finally celebrate our marriage and our health. Thanks in advance for your tips, can't wait to tell you all about it when we get home! xo