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Italy itinerary for 9/10 nights?

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I'm planning a family trip to Italy and France next April and wanted to get some feedback about 1) where to visit near Rome with a couple of available days and 2) and lodging recommendations for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children).

We have 13 total nights and I was thinking of something like the following so that we could spend 9/10 of the nights in Italy:
- Milan for 1 night (day of arrival)
- Florence for 3 nights
- Rome for 3 or 4 nights (Easter mass)
- TBD - countryside or Capri/Amalfi Coast for 2 or 3 nights
- Paris for 3 nights

Any suggestions for the 2-3 nights after Rome? I'm sure I am trying to squeeze in too many places but want to see as much as we can in a short time without losing a lot if time traveling between cities.

Also, any suggestions for lodging in any if the above places would be greatly appreciated.

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