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Italy in late March?

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My husband and I thought we had a BA companion ticket that expires next September, but double checking today, we realize it expires April 6, 2015! Yikes! The only flight we could find to beat the deadline was leaving March 16th from Dallas to Rome and returning April 2nd.

I have only been to Italy once and it was in July and pretty hot! Checking the weather for Rome, it looks like it averages around 60-65F during the day & around 50F at night. For those of you who have been there that time of year, what was your experience?

My husband has not been to Florence, so how would that time of year work? Any other suggestions? I assume the coasts will be cold, right?

Thanks for any help. We have 24 hours to think about it and make any changes.

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