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Time constraints arriving in Rome, going to Firenze?

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We will be arriving in Rome Oct. 2 at 3:10 pm from AMS, our transit point from SFO. We would like to go straight to Firenze using the new fast train that just started running from Rome Tiburtina, which leaves a few minutes after 5 pm. If we take a limo to Tiburtina, will we have enough time to catch the train? We would love to avoid staying overnight in Rome, but at our age (late 70s) we don't want to spend more hours at Termini and on a slower train north. We are meeting our daughter in an apt in Firenze. We cannot fly into Firenze, as this itinerary is dictated by frequent flyer tickets.

Also, I see the new train offers lots of amenities. Do they by any chance have baggage service?

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