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Advice? 2 weeks in Sicily with our 4-year-old

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Hello! My husband and I are fortunate enough to have an opportunity to bring our 4-year-old son to Sicily for 2 weeks next August. We're incredibly excited and looking to make the most of our wonderful vacation. We love the beach, hiking, visiting markets, and practicing our (rusty) Italian with the locals. We were thinking of possibly flying into Palermo, renting a car and driving eastwards towards Syracuse, possibly with a stop at one of the Aeolian Islands. Neither of us has ever been to Sicily and would appreciate any suggestions for what to see, where to go, and where to avoid. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!

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