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Italy- Rome to Florence - Best little towns to visit in between

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We just returned from our trip to Paris. This forum was very helpful when we were doing our planning. We would like to start researching our next vacation.

We are hoping to go for 12-16 days in the Fall of 2011 and see Rome and Florence. We are thinking of starting in Rome and staying 5-6 days and then renting a car and travelling through Tuscany on the way to Florence for the remainder of the time.

Can you please share some of the great special spots in Tuscany?

Thanking you in advance.

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