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Beach after Bologna

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We will be in Bolgna, Italy between July 12 and 16 after a couple of days enjoying Rome. Afterwards, we would like some beach time - 2 or 3 days - before returning to Rome for more of that great city. We are 2 adults & an 11 year old daughter. Seaside requirements are good food (okay - a given in Italy) and being on the beach - preferably a hotel right on it, and not much else (our usual beach vacation in the U.S. is Rehoboth Beach Delaware which is good food and lazy days, period). We fly home (to the U.S.) on 7/21 from Rome, so additional time in Rome is a must. I guess the only other info that I should share is that we are inclined to trains and busses rather than renting a car, unless everyone thinks I should not judge driving in the less urban parts of italy by how it is done in Sicily and elsewhere (please, no admonitions - I accept that I am now and old cautious lady!) Thanks.

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