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Italy in May

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DH and I are planning a 10 day trip to Italy in May 2016 to celebrate his 70th birthday. We are flying into and out of Milan and would like to go to Venice and Florence. We enjoy museums, wandering around to explore the area we are in, cafe sitting, and shopping, mostly for local crafts. I am especially interested in the glass in Murano.

We plan to travel from place to place by train. Should we add any other location (Lake Como? Sienna?someplace else?) to our trip? Or would it be too much to try to see more than those three cities. We like to combine out touring with afternoon naps and some theater in the evening, if possible.

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