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Travel between Rome to the Tuscany area

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OK we have 7 days in Italy. We fly into Rome and the plan is to spend a day and half there. We already have day 6 planned in Florence with our hotel booked. From Florence we then plan to take the train to Venice (comments on trains please), and we already have our hotel booked there too :o). So those main steps are complete. Now it is the 4 days in the middle. Here is our list, but it is not set - Siena, Lucca, Pisa and San Gimignano but not in any order. What is the best location to head to first from Rome, and remember we will be traveling with luggage so I know that going to Pisa for a quick stop is out. But we do not mind taking the coast route if it is easier. We also do not mind picking a spot in the middle of these locations, (if there is train access) to make as our base. We are also open to renting a car for a day. We thought maybe in the Tuscany area we would also like to stay at B&B's or somewhere fun, just not the normal hotel. Thank you for reading, and look forward to reading some great advice back. oh and we are traveling in July... :o)

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