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Deciding on plans mid-vacation (Rome and Tuscany)

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I am planning our 25th wedding anniversary later this year (September). I have certain aspects already lined up. We are flying to Paris (we live in Seattle), staying there for a few days then heading to Italy, flying into Rome. We know we will end the Italy part in Tuscany so we will be flying back to Paris from Florence for a couple more nights before the return trip home.

Anyway, we have 11 nights in Italy and these will start in Rome and end in Tuscany. I had planned to book a hotel on Rome for, say, 6 nights and then look for places in Tuscany for the remaining five (Cinque Terre is on our list for example).

It crossed my mind that it would good to be able to decide about our split between Rome and Tuscany "on the fly", namely see how we get on in Rome and then decide when we fancy travelling to Tuscany.

I am assuming the issue here is two fold - lots of places fully booked and the possibility of playing more compared to booking now. But I'd welcome thoughts on this. I don't mind booking now - but would love to keep the options open. Feasible?

Thanks.

Mark

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