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More time in Rome or Florence?

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I have planned most of our 3 week trip to Italy and would like opinions on spending an extra night in Florence ( We are booked for 4 nights) or Rome ( We are booked for 4 nights)?
We fly into Rome on morning of Oct. 8 and are there until the 11th when we take train to Venice and stay until the 14th where we take train to Florence and pick up a rental car for 9 nights in Tuscany area based in Gaiole where we can also drive to Perugia in Umbria . We will drive car back to Florence where will are booked for 4 nights from Oct. 23-26. Our flight leaves Rome on the morning of 29th, so I am deciding about staying in Florence an extra night or Rome. Thanks for imput.

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