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Tuscany in February

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Please I need advice. Grandma is going to Italy!! I have saved up over 10 years in miles for this trip. My son in-law has a conference in Barga Italy in mid February. I have been invited to go and help with my grandchildren. I read it's cold in Tuscany, and many restaurants, shops, ferries are closed in the winter. We have 2 weeks and can travel as far south as Sicily and Malta. I need suggestions of what to see. It may be my only trip to Italy! We fly into Pisa and leave through Rome. My daughter has seen Florence, Rome and Pisa and wants the Tuscan experiences, of castles, cooking, country side views, small charming villages, and must see spots. Can you please suggest ideas of how and where to spend out time? I would so appreciate it! I have my down coat, but need the proper footwear too?

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