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Florence-suggestions for off the beaten track

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Yes, we know all the museums and churches that we must see, and will. But what have you stumbled upon that made you smile and reminded you why you love to travel? We have 3 days, and then we're off to more rural Tuscan environs. My travel ideology is in line with Rick Steves. Be with the locals. Eat what they eat. See how they live. Ideas?????

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