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Trip Report Notes on Florence, Lucca, Bevagna, Orvieto & Rome - Sept 10 to Oct 4, 2013

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There is a sense of anticipation, excitement and discovery when we travel to new destinations. It is also wonderful to return to places where we have been before. The surroundings are familiar. It feels comfortable. There is time to explore less-visited but no less awe-inspiring sights, at last.

For us, this trip was the perfect balance of new & familiar. Best of all, DH & I were in Italy!

Here's our itinerary:

September 10-15: Florence
September 15-19: Lucca
September 19-23: Bevagna
September 23-27: Orvieto
September 27 - October 4: Rome

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