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Tuscany Help

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I will be in Germany in late September with DD and my best friend. After she leaves I am looking into extending my vacation with DD (2 1/2yrs old) for another week or two. I am seriously considering Tuscany but have a few questions:

1.) Would the Tuscany region be a good idea? It will be just me and a toddler. I will be about 25wks pregnant so obviously the wine is pretty much out :( but I want to enjoy some yummy food! I plan on having a car and want to be able to relax on days I want/need to and be able to go on more adventurous day trips on days that I feel like it. No serious agenda....just enjoy where I am.

2.) If you think Tuscany is a good idea would you recommend San Gimignano as a good base? I am hoping to find an agriturismo with a small apartment and restaurant (any suggestions?)

At this point I have no "must return" by date. It will come down to budget so the less I spend on accommodations the longer I can stay ;) I am lucky that DD is an amazing traveller!

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