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Italy for 3 in 12 days

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We (new husband, 26 yo son and me) are planning a trip to Italy - October 2014. We have not made any plans yet, we will have 10-12 days on the ground. Places we definitely want to see - Lake Como, Venice, Rome. Other thoughts - Naples, Cinque de Terre, somewhere in Tuscany. Any suggestions for other must-sees? My purpose - to have a trip of a lifetime with my son; Son's purpose - (#1 - Lake Como!) good food and wine, stopping for an afternoon coffee, Coliseum and seeing what we can; husband's purpose - Vatican and laughing at my son and myself. We are very flexible - planning on 10 days on ground and could stretch to 11 or 12. After one or two museums or churches we have had enough; we enjoy meeting local people. Any ideas for itineraries? I would prefer trains and other transportation to renting a car. Thank you so much -for help with our once in a lifetime trip.

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