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Trip to Rome and Sorrento

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Rome and Sorrento in October this year.
Below are a few questions I have regarding our trip
1. Is October still warm enough to swim/laze around at pool/beach in Sorrento?
2. We are planning 3 nights in Rome and 5 in Sorrento (want to explore the
area around Sorrento by train/buses, etc.) Is this a good split of time or could
we get by on only 2 nights in Rome (3 full days)
3. I have read that the area around the Termini in Rome is quite seedy but have
found 2 modern hotels - The Yes and Una Hotel which have good reviews. Ideally
i would like to stay in a modern hotel but in a traditional part of the city which is
close to all the main attractions - like the idea of staying in an area where there are
cafe"s and restuarants on our doorstep.
4. Lastly - have found a good hotel in Sorrento (the Plaza Hotel) but am so tempted to stay in one of the five star hotels overlooking the Bay of Naples but dont know if they are worth
the extra money (about double the price) help!!

looking forward to some good advise.

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