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Slower-paced Italy tour

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My friend wants to take a tour that hits the 'Big Three' plus Tuscany/Umbria. She has
some mobility problems but is able to walk 2/3 miles/day with a few rest stops. She
will be paying a single supplement.

Altho' she's travelled extensively in Mexico and C. America and has been to Europe,
she is concerned that a tour will be too fast-paced and the management of luggage
will be over-tiring.

Any ideas of good tour companies? Doesn't have to be 'budget-wise' but comfort
is important and a balanced mix of town and country is essential to give her a feel
of Italy at its best.

Thanks for any ideas.

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