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Driving from Cannes to Cinque Terre, Bologna, Florence+Rome - suggestions ?

My husband and I will be leaving Cannes June 28 and we need to be in Bologna July 1st by 4pm. We will be driving from Cannes. What towns should we definitely go thru on the way to Bologna ? I was thinking we'd drive to Comigli or Rapallo from Cannes on 6/28, stay there, and do day trips to Cinque Terre on the 29th and another town on the 30th, drive to Bologna on the 1st. If I can only do Cinque Terre one day, what should be my 2nd town on the 30th ? and is there anywhere else I should drive to or have lunch on the way to Bologna on July 1st ?
We will be spending the remainder of the time split between Florence and Rome.
My husband and I are avid travelers, we move fast and are accustomed to lots of walking, we're from NYC ! we want this to be a vacation and not work, thus, really looking to spend time together and not with crowds and stuck on lines. There is nothing we have to see or must do, we just want to enjoy ourselves. Looking forward to your suggestions !

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