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Finalized my Summer 2018 Italy Honeymoon Itinerary!

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first and foremost a huge thank you to the many that helped in my various threads - from Florence to the AC to Rome - what a huge and amazing resource this place is (though i do admit it led to some analysis paralysis).

anyway, here is the final itinerary. obviously things can be adjusted if absolutely necessary but i think this works well with what we want to see and how ambitious we will be feeling.

July 10 - 13: Florence @ Hotel Il Guelfo Bianco

July 13 - 14: Siena @ Palazzo Ravizza

July 14 - 19: Montepulciano @ The Politian Apartments

July 19 - 25: Positano @ Villa Rosa

July 25 - 29: Rome @ Albergo del Senato

obviously there is a lot more to plan as far as sightseeing, restaurants, just general transportation, etc. but it feels great to finally have it planned out at a high-level.

again, thank you and i welcome any and all critiques!

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