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Venice, Florence, Rome post cruise visit

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I'm going on a 7 day Greek Isle cruise with 2 other girl friends in early October 2014. Post cruise we're venturing out on our own to Venice, Florence and ending in Rome. We'll probably stay a night and a day in each city and traveling by train. I've been to all three cities before but my friends have not. I know it's a short stay in each place, but it's what we've decided to do. I think I can hit the major points of interest in each city. It will be condensed, but we should be nice and relaxed after the cruise and ready for some independent sight seeing. Can anyone suggest hotels in each city especially considering three in a room? I've travelled by train from Florence to Rome and don't recall any issues. Are there any train issues we should be aware of (schedules, fares, delays, etc.)? Also are there any airport fees in Rome that we should know about? Can we pay those fees by credit card? Any additional information is greatly appreciated, Judy

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