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Venice, Florence and Rome

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We are flying in January from San Francisco to Milan going straight to Venice via train with our 3 year old, spending two nights there. We plan on spending 4-5 nights in Florence and 5 nights in Rome. I welcome any suggestions for what to see in and around Florence, I don't want to tire my little one too much yet still be able to see a few things. I'm not entirely familiar with what is around Florence and my little one loves trains so hoping we could stay in a prime location where it's easy to hop on and off the train with her. I've left my itinerary pretty open considering a toddler isn't going to want to do a whole lot unless it's entertaining for her, she loves going in open air places and enjoys seeing new things.
Thanks :)

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