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Bologna, Modena & Parma

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We are planning a 15-day trip in mid-October with our two adult daughters (29 & 25)--their first time in Italy. We will spend a few days in Florence, a day or maybe two in Bologna/Modena/Parma, before driving to Cinque Terre for a couple of days, through Tuscan hilltowns and ending in Rome. For me, the new part of the trip is Bologna/Modena/Parma, and traveling in Italy with my daughters. I would love advice. Spend a night in Bologna? Or Parma? Or both? Where to stay? Where to eat in Bologna and Parma? Best place in Modena to learn a little about balsamic vinegar and buy a great small bottle to take home? Does anyone know of a cooking class that won't cost a fortune for the four us? A moderately-priced agritourismo around Siena/San Gimignano that you would return to?

Grateful for your tips.
ZenDaddy

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