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Itinerary help for Venice-Tuscany-Rome

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The airfare is booked, and now I need help with the details. On this trip it will be my husband and I, both in early 50's. I've been to Italy before, but he has never been. I'm hoping he gets the travel bug so we can do this more often. We are flying into Venice and will spend 3 nights there. Any hotel suggestions?
Then we would like to go to the Tuscany area and spend 4 nights in the country and make day trips to Siena, and other towns. Suggestions for which ones to see? Where to stay? Might try something thru vrbo, but not sure what location would be central for our day trips.
Should we rent the car from Venice, or take a train to Florence or Siena, and them rent from there? Then drive or take train to Rome and drop off car.
Spend 3 nights in Rome and fly home from there. Hotel suggestions? Last time I was there I stayed near the coliseum, so would like to try a different area. Should be near the train.
Thanks for the help.

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