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Two days to fill between Rome and Amalfi

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We have fourteen days in Italy. Our itinerary so far is three nights in Rome, and then two days to fill before booking in for seven nights in Minori on the Amalfi coast with two other grilfriends. We will then stay one last night in Rome before flying home to Australia.
I will be travelling with a friend, we are late 30's, and not really into war memorials. We would like to squeeze in as much as we can in those two days, either by car or fast train between destinations. We love markets, shopping and seeing character filled streets and towns.
Wondering whether it would be too much to travel from Rome to Florence by train, and then take fast train down to Naples (apparently takes about 5 1/2 hours).. May be a bit too long when we only have two days?
Does anyone have any suggestions for an itinerary?

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