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I had a wonderful trip to Spain several years ago (in large part due to great advice received here) and am now planning a trip to Italy!

We are an active Mother and Daughter (adults), who will be spending the last 10 days of April 2014 in Italy. Although we would love to do a longer trip, our time is limited. We are thinking of seeing two of the Big 3 with a side trip to the Cinque Terre. We enjoy museums and architecture, but would also like to balance that with down time & natural beauty. We would like to stay relatively inexpensively and not spend our vacation running from train station to train station. we would appreciate any realistic itinerary advice involving Florence, Venice, and/or Rome. Thank you in advance!!!

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