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Honeymoon to Italy

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Mid -Sept. Will have 10 full days, plus 2 travel days. Does this sound do-able:

4 nights Rome (evening arrival on day 1)
3 nights Tuscany (stay in Florence and do side trips? Or stay in countryside and visit Florence....undecided.) Would like to take a wine tour.
2 nights near the sea, not sure where but fiancée wants to swim! Makes sense to go to Ligura instead of Amalfi. Have already been to CT.
Last night: Priceline bid for FCO due to early AM flight next day.

Wondering if we should stay 5 nights in Tuscany and just make a day trip to beach?

Please give me your best suggestions! Hotel recs welcome, hoping to stay under 200 USD per night.

Still undecided about train v. rental car.

Fiancée has never been to Europe, so I want to show him old world charm. No Venice this trip, alas.

Thanks for any advice (and yes, I have read many guide books!)

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