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Where to take parents in Italy?

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Bikerscott and I are taking my parents to Italy for 2 weeks for the last week of Sept and the first week of Oct. We have the first week planned: Bologna and a relaxing week at http://www.latavolamarche.com/html/ in northern Le Marche because we loved it so much last time. After that Bikerscott goes back to work and I have another week with my parents. But I am struggling as I have not travelled in Oct in Italy. Can someone help me with ideas about where to take them?

Some constraints:

1. I dont want to have a car as I am only licensed to drive an automatic and I dont want to pay the extra for a standard and REALLY dont want to be in the car with my father driving.

2. We have already covered a lot of Italy with them: Rome, Amalfi Coast, Venice, Florence, Umbria/Tuscany, Verona

3. I would like somewhere that the weather will be somewhat decent (I have spent the last 5.5 years in London with basically no summer!)

Have thought about maybe the Lakes? Would the weather be too iffy at that time of year (I know no one can predict it...)

I would appreciate any thoughts!!

J

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