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Spring Break in Italy

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This will be my second trip to Italy, the first being a traditional summer Northern Italy excursion to Lake Como, Venice, Florence, and Cinque Terre.

We will be traveling in late March and plan to have stays in Rome and in the Naples/Sorrento area. We are staying for 8 days and 7 nights, and, of course, cannot possibly do all of the things that I would like to do.

Given the weather factor, are there any suggestions of what should be avoided and what especially might lend it self to cooler weather and a bit of rain. We are very active, early 50's and will be traveling with my 14 year old daughter.

Thank you in advance for any comments.

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