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Two Weeks in Italy in November

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We'll be spending two weeks (counting travel from east coast USA & back, so effectively 12 days in country). The plan currently is to visit Venice, Florence & Rome. We're not big fans of packing too much in, so this seems like plenty to me. We will be relying on trains for transport.

This will be both of our first visit to Italy. We're trying to do it inexpensively, relying on miles & points as much as possible, as it's our third vacation - and second Europe trip - this year. We are in our 40s, with nterests more in the off the beaten path experiences. We both enjoy food & wine, but again, trying to do this inexpensively, so looking for more economical experiences.

My questions are:

1) How to divide the days? Equal time in each, less in Venice & more in Rome, etc.?

2) Would you add in any other cities as day trips?

Thoughts are greatly appreciated!

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