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Starting early on a trip to Italy and need ideas

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So Husband and I had our 3 weeks in London and Paris. Overall...really great. Of course little glitches, but nothing near serious. We did A LOT of walking, through museums, streets, meandering, etc. we saw Harry Potter (didn't get to Oxford), Disney (per Husband) and Versailles. Loved pretty much everything. And, no, we ran into not a single rude Parisian.

We're hoping for a trip to Italy in 2 years, knowing NOTHING really about traveling there. We're planning on 2 weeks, plus travel from the West Coast (LAX or SFO--we live in Fresno, so puddle-jumping to either of those hubs). What we need to know is, based on our interests (museums, architecture, churches, wandering around), what cities should we hit and what's a good order for intercity travel and time for each city? We know we want Rome, Venice, at least a stop in Pisa, and are wondering if we can include Florence and Pompei--or anything elsei. We do carry ons, so not toting huge pieces of luggage, choosing to hit a laundry.

Any ideas?

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