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Mother/Daughter want Cooking/Vacation In Italy

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I am in process of trying to plan cooking/vacation for my daughter and myself in Italy. This is our first trip to Italy and I am overwhelmed by all of the information and the beauty! So much so, I'm finding it difficult to make a decision on where to go for this vacation! I think I will save Southern Italy for a second visit so that we can combine it with Greece. I believe we are most interested in the Cinque Terre, Tuscany or Bologna/Parma areas. Does anyone have an opinon on which area might be best for geographical beauty as well as a wonderful school for cooking lessons??
Thank you!!

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