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14 days Italy (Rome, Capri, Positano, Venice) - input on itinerary

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They wife and I are planning a trip to Italy in October of this year. Really wanted to do Florence, Tuscany and Lake Como but that will have to be for another trip. Instead we have decided on the following.
Day 1: Depart
Day 2 - 6: Rome, Italy - staying at Hotel Eden using cash & points
Day 6 - 8: Capri, Italy - planning to stay at La Minerva
Day 8 - 11: Positano, Italy - planning to stay at Hotel Poseidon
Day 11 - 13: Venice Italy - ataying at Westin Europa & Regina
Day 14: Return

We are in our 30's very active and enjoy traveling, we respect and appreciate the culture in each country. Do we have enough time in each location and any recomondations are also welcome - any and all input is appreciated,. Thanks!

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