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3 Star Hotel or B&B recommendations for Venice, Florence, and Rome Needed

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Not looking for a fancy place to stay in these locations we are traveling 2 nights in Venice, 1 night in Florence, and 4 nights in Rome with a day trip to Tuscany while we are in Rome. We're traveling Sept 21-sept 28 and looking to spend no more then $200/night. Hoping the places we stay in can be fairly close (5-15 minute walks) to city centers/ touristy areas. I even like the idea of perhaps staying in Dorsoduro in Venice. In Rome we want to do a day at the Vatican, a day of Ancient Rome, a day trip to Tuscany, and a free day. In Florence we'd like to see the duomo and walk around.

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