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Tuscany.....Best central location

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I am traveling to the Tuscany area for four days next June. I would love to hit a "central" location and make day trips from there. (ie...Siena, Pisa, Umbria, Montelpuciano, etc). I have stayed in both Perugia and Cortona, and loved them both, but I was thinking perhaps somewhere else may be a better location. I realize I will not get to see all of Tuscany in four days, but I would like to see as much as possible. I want to stay at a B&B, as part of our trip is "scouting" areas to possibly open our own B&B in the future. (That is our retirement dream). Any suggestions for B&B's and areas that would good to stay centralized would be greatly appreciated. I will be traveling with two kids (16 & 3), but they are great on adventures.

Thanks so much for your input!!!! I look forward to replies....

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