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Driving from Rome to Sicily and back

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Am planning a two week trip in May where I fly in and out of Rome. Will be renting a car and we want to see Pompeii/Herculaneum and the Amalfi coast while spending 6-8 days in Sicily and spending the last three nights in Rome. Any words to the wise is appreciated for this drive. I hear the Amalfi coast can be hairy to drive (Sorrento to Positano?) although it's on my bucket list to try. What is the best time of day to start the Amalfi drive to keep bad encounters to a minimum? Is there anything worthwhile to see between Amalfi and Sicily? Oh, we have no interest in going to Naples on this particular trip. Thank you.

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