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We are flying from Heathrow to Rome. After 6 days, we plan on taking the high speed train to Florence and renting a car and staying in a nice b&b outside of Florence. We plan on spending 4 nights in that location and doing day trips etc. First question : any good suggestions for a b&b? We are good with spending a few extra dollars to experience a very nice Tuscan place. Second question: British Airways only flies direct to Heathrow from Rome, Milan, Venice and Bologna. We do not want to backtrack to Rome and we do not want to head to Venice on this trip. Any suggestions are appreciated! Thank you so much as you are always so helpful.

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