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Tuscany & Sicily - where would base yourself in each place?

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My husband and I are going on a (surprise) romantic 10 year anniversary to Italy for 2 weeks. This is our 1st trip. I would like to have 5 days in Rome, 5 days in Tuscany (renting a car) and then fly to Sicily for 5 days (also renting a car). I would like to base ourselves in at one place in each location so we aren't switching hotels constantly (already a lot of travel!).

- If you had to choose one agriturismo in Tuscany from which you could do a day trip to Florence, which one?
- If you had to choose one B&B location in Sicily, where would you choose? I'm leaning towards Taormina.
- Finally, any recommendations for a good B&B in Rome, centrally located?

Many thanks in advance to all of you wise Italy travelers!

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