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Single night between Siena and FCO airport?

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After spending a week in Siena, we have an extra night and most of a day before needing to be at Rome Airport (FCO) at about 3 PM. We don't particularly care about going into Rome for just one night -- seems like more hassle than it's worth. We could have a car to drop at the airport, or just travel from Siena by train or bus then on to the airport the same way the next day.

I was thinking about either Orvieto, or maybe near Tivoli where we could explore for the day. I guess maybe we're looking for a really nice and interesting place to stay for a single night, perhaps with a really good restaurant. A winery with overnight accomodations sounds like a good possibility too. Probably not wanting to spend over $200 or maybe $300 for the hotel portion.

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