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To Amalfi Coast or not to Amalfi Coast...

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HI, on May 2nd or 3rd, will travel with my 20 year old daughter from Rome down South and back in ONE WEEK.
And while she prefers the Amalfi Coast, we're flexible and open to suggestion, but figure we'll head south...

We're not really into museums and sightseeing as much as hanging out in a piazza or a beach or seaside joint, going for a hike or a long walk, stumbling upon charming little towns,

Capri could be fun, a friend suggest Pompeii and Puglia, but I'm dizzy with possibilities...

And not sure about whether to train or rent a car, but if anyone has any suggestions, feel free, I'm sure I'm not giving enough info to get great responses, but figured I'd give it a shot factoring in time of year...

And if you know of specific hotels you recommend, would like to spend less than $125 a night for the two of us.

thanks!

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