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Sicily & Southern Italy

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With the help of Fodorites , i've planned 6 nights in Sicily at the Villa Schuler. Has anyone used the services they can provide for drivers/guides for day trips to surrounding areas? The info i've received so far is allot more reasonable than Sicilytours. I then took the advice i've found here to fly from Catania to Naples. I'm looking to stay at the Grand Hotel Excelsior for 5 nights, we"re 4 seniors and i thought the "flat surface" of Sorrento would make it easier on our legs.. next .. having a driver take us to Rome for 2 nights, staying at Colonna Palace. I've been to Rome; but my in-laws have not, so i know it isn't much time; but at least they can see a few highlights. I welcome any comments/advise on my itenerary, nothing is set in stone yet.

thanks

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