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Italy--Ten weeks in the autumn

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My wife and I would welcome advice in developing an itinerary for ten weeks in Italy. We want to see as much as possible. However, we prefer to operate out of a base and not move more frequently than every two weeks. We have already visited Venice and Rome so they are not in our plans this trip. Since the trip would begin in mid-September, we think

Phase I would be two weeks in the Lake Como region; Phase II is two weeks in Florence (to include Cinque Terra); Phase III is Tuscany (or Umbria?); Phase IV is the Amalfi Coast; Phase V is with two weeks furthest south (we are thinking Sicily, Brendizi, or
Generally, our lodging preference is something nice with character, centrally located, walkable to town, services, etc., includes at least a small kitchen (except in Tuscany/Umbria where we want to rent a villa). We want good value, not over-the-top, but we are willing to go 4 out of 5 stars.

All advice is appreciated, particularly with respect to lodging, car rental, sites to see, restaurants too good to miss, anything involving water, romance, cooking classes, hikes, wine tasting and logistics. We will be flying from east coast U.S.

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