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Train from Rome airport to Florence. How much time needed?

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I am flying into Rome and want to take the train directly from the airport to Florence for 2 nights. Then planning to take the train from Florence to Milan for 2 nights and fly back to Rome for a few days, then home. How much time should I allow after we land to make it to the train? I am understanding that I need to book a 1st or 2nd class train ticket ahead of time on line thru Trenitalia to get a seat on a Eurostar train. Didn't want to cut it too close.
My first trip to Italy.
Hotel recommendations for Florence?
Thanks!

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