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Honeymoon - Venice, Florence, Rome, Positano ???

Tom G | Aug 1, 200106:44 PM     3

Well folks, i've got a little more than a month left until my wedding day...and then we're off to Italy. We will be in Venice, Florence, Rome and Positano. We've got our hotels, we've got our trains, we've got our museums...Now all that is left is the ALL IMPORTANT food.

I've done my homework and read whatever there is to read on this board (and lots of other boards and books and magazines, etc.) about restaurants. I've got a bunch of ideas for dinners and lunches in each place, but i'm worried (as i always am) that i'm missing something.

So i'm wondering if anybody has any suggestions/ recommendations of places that might have slipped through the cracks...or any places that they deem to be "can't miss" places...or any places they deem to be "please miss" places...

Any advice would be greatly appreciated...
Thanks,
Tom

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