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Tuscany in February, Itinerary Help

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We (2 adults, 1 Tween, 1 Teen, 1 Foxhound) have reserved a small villa outside of Florence for the ski break school holiday week in mid-February. With the exception of Day 2, for which we have reserved Uffizi tickets, all of the other days are flexible and will shift with the weather and our mood. Some specific questions are below, but in general, is this a reasonable itinerary? Our travel days are not included in the proposed, but on our arrival day we may have a few hours to investigate something. Thank you.

Day 1 Florence (DaVinci Museum, Galileo Museum) No votes for Accademia.
Day 2 More Florence 9:00 Uffizi tickets, Duomo, shopping, wandering
Day 3 San Gimignano
Day 4 San Marino.
Desired destination by the children. Should we consider adding Ravenna? It seems like too much driving for one day. Are there interesting places to visit along the way?
Day 5 Pisa and Lucca. Our hope is that the weather will be pleasant enough to rent bicycles in Lucca. Or, should we choose a different location?
Day 6 Bologna

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