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Advice for Florence & Rome with Baby

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My husband and I are setting off for Italy--six nights in Florence, two in Rome--in late May with our 7 month old. Flying in/out of Rome, training to/from Florence. Apartments and several private tours--Florence, Chianti, Valdarno--are booked. Possible day trip to Siena. Otherwise exploring the cities.

Pre-baby, our travels were pretty intense, packed with activity and really great food/wine. We recognize this will be a new type of travel requiring different expectations and a slower pace with our little one.

Would love any recommendations on gear you found critical for exploring with baby in tow [she's close to crawling], favorite baby-friendly restaurants [keeping in mind that really great food/wine from our past life] and any tips/tricks for our adventure. TIA!

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