" From the pristine waters of Sardinia, to the romantic canals of Venice; from the vineyards of Tuscany, to the beaches of Puglia; every town in between has the authenticity you would only find in your sweetest dreams"
I know that when there is a comma in a list, the commas that are used for the purpose of the list become semicolons. Can someone correct me on my sentence above? I think I placed all the semicolons, where they had to be because of the commas needed(maybe not needed), I just don't know if the one after the word "Puglia" makes sense.
Thank you so much
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