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    #1

    I stayed in Tuscany for two weeks

    Is it correct to write
    I stayed in Tuscany for two weeks?
    I would say : I stayed two weeks in Tuscany or I stayed in Tuscany two weeks.
    Which of these sentences do you find more correct? Can you write :Some of Tuscany's cities or is it better some cities of Tuscany?
    Many thanks for your help..

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    #2

    Re: I stayed in Tuscany for two weeks

    'I stayed in Tuscany for two weeks' is fine.

    'Some of Tuscany's cities' is also correct.

    Rover

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