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Home Base Town in Tuscany?

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My wife and I (both 50 years old, but young at heart) are first time travelers to Italy this coming April, 2008. Actually celebrating the Big 25th. Were traveling "just the two of us". When we visit the Tuscany region, which will be for 4 days, we want to pick out a town for our home base and, by car, travel the countryside and visit several towns and areas. We will be arriving in the Tuscany region by either train from the north or maybe a car if we decide to rent a car up north and drive south. Any suggestions for towns to call home (base) and any suggestions for less expensive hotel, B&B or even an agriturismo would be much appreciated.

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