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7 Days in Italy - suggestions?

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After 25 years of marriage and no divorce or murder, my better half and I are flying from NZ to Venice for 2 days, then 14 day cruise (2 ships) docking at Bari, Katakolon, Izmir, Instanbul, Debrovnik, Barcelona, Tunis, Valletta, Messian, Civitavecchia, Genoa. We have tacked a spare 7 days on at the end to do something...had thought about flying to London to maybe do London and Paris, but also considered just winging it in Italy - Tuscany perhaps?.

We love architecture, wine and food (who doesn't!) - don't speak any languages other than English, very easy going and good natured, flip a coin at the next intersection kind of style. 'He' thinks he will be happy to drive, if we decide that's what we want to do. We finish up in Genoa 3rd Nov and have no plans until we fly out of Rome on the 11th. Way too many options - any thoughts, good experiences -tips.

Thanks Sharon

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