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My wife and I will be in Italy for about two months starting in May. The first week with one of our daughter's family. That's all taken care of. After that week we have 2 or 3 weeks free before the next daughter's family comes in (Cinque Terra and Rome). We have visited Italy several times and now my wife just wants to go somewhere to practice her Italian. She says she is content with anyplace, so I get to choose(Right). I don't speak Italian , but I can eat Italian. Where are some great places to eat some local food. I am not looking for specific restaurants, but more like great villages that make Cheese, or pasta or sausages.
What would be really great if someone knows of a town or city where we could stay and still see alot of these places. I am thinking about Northern regions above Florence. We will have a car so transport is not a problem.

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