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Hotel recommendations- Venice, Florence, Rome

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Looking for some recommendations of where to stay for a couple nights in each of these cities. We have never been to any of them, so being close to everything is probably better because everything is new, although I'm looking into maybe staying near Accedemia in Venice, everything I've read for that area sounds great. Its our honeymoon, but we definetly don't need to stay in 5 star places everynight, we'd rather spend our money on tours, and great food. Something reasonable, in a safe area, and clean would be great recommendations. We are staying 2 nights at each location.

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