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Multigenerational trip to Tuscany

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We are thinking of taking our family of 9-6 adults and 3 granddaughters who will be 14, 12 & 8-to Tuscany next summer to celebrate our 50th anniversary. We would rent a villa but how to plan the rest of the trip is giving me a headache. I don't want to schlep this group to Italy just to have everyone sit by the pool for a week. We can do that at home. But how to plan activities that will interest everyone? Anyone done this? All suggestions welcome. We are usually independent travelers but if we can't make this work, I think we'll take a Tauck Bridges River cruise.

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