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We are planning a trip to the lower half of Italy in September to early October.. 3 week trip... My visa points are making it very difficult for us to fly to Rome using points, so we thought we'd fly to London and then buy a rail pass to Rome. Anyone know the cost for the rail pass? Also, we would then rent a car to drive around lower Italy. (We rented a car in 2006 and drove around Tuscany so driving isn't a problem for us). Any suggestions on car rentals? Also, what would you suggest that we should see, besides the Amalfi Coast? We would like to drive all the way to Sicily, but not sure if we would have enough time to see everything. And this probably sounds stupid, but can you drive from Italy to Sicily or is it only by boat? Suggestions please and thank you..
Barb

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