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Rome-Tuscany-Venice..in 8 days...how??

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Pls can anyone give me some advice? We want to see cities mentioned above but only have about 8 days. I really want to see Venice but because I'm traveling with a three year old I'm not so sure.....tuscany is a must, but for how many days? Do i need more than two days for Rome? Also, ill be 7 months pregnant by October when we plan to go so i cannot do too much walking...will have to stay close to attractions and take cabs. Best way to travel from city to city? I read quite a few posts on Italy and it seems like people feel u need to do Italy two r three times really. Im sure we will but we tend to try to see different countries while we are still young and will return to our favorite once the children are older and can experience it as well.

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