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6 days in Italy

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My 72 year old mother and I will be arriving in Torino, Italy on the morning of July 2nd, 2012. We will have until the morning of July 8th to explore as much as we can before having to return to Tornio for the Zonta International convention. I'd like some suggestions on itineraries for us to see as much of Italy as possible, without wearing my mother out completely. We would more than likely be traveling by train. Is it feasible to get to Pompeii either by air or rail? We will have plenty of time in Torino after the 8th to explore the city, Interests include anything of cultural significance/value, unusual and unique places, food and wine tours, etc. Any suggestions on cities, sites, restaurants and accomodations would be greatly appreciated.

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