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Help with August Itinerary (Italy) PLEASE :)

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Hello everyone!

My fiancé and I are flying into Rome August 16 and out of Venice August 30 (I know August isn't ideal, but I'm a teacher). We already booked the hotel in Rome for 4 nights and were planning to fly into Sardinia for 3 nights but decided against it, so now we have 3 days to fill up. The thing is, we also booked the hotel in Florence for 3 nights assuming we would fly from Sardinia into Florence. So, this is what our itinerary looks like right now:

August 16-19: Rome (including a day trip to Pompeii?) [BOOKED HOTEL for 4 nights]

August 20-22: ?????

August 23-25: Florence [BOOKED HOTEL for 3 nights]

August 26: Siena?

August 27: Cinque Terre?

August 28-29: Venice

We are 28 years old and we love: drinking wine, dancing, eating (my fiancé is a huge foodie), art, history and local culture. We understand that covering a lot of territory will be tiresome, but we look forward to unwinding at the end of each night with a good meal and a bottle (or two) of wine. Also, this is our honeymoon trip, so we'd like to squeeze some romance in there if possible :)

We would appreciate any and all input, thanks in advance!!!

~DnA~

p.s. We are NOT interested in visiting Milan (I've been there before and did not enjoy it at all!)

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