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Pisa Departure 1:15pm .... Can I make it from CT??

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Below is my tentative plan for our September 2015 trip. It looks like my flight out of Pisa will be 1:15ish. Could we plan to just leave Rioggomore in the morning to make this flight or should we head to Pisa or Lucca the day prior to departure? I understand strikes, etc cannot be predicted, but wondering if this is doable given nothing out of the extreme ordinary happens.

I would prefer NOT to move locations just for 1 night if possible, but not at the risk of most likely missing a flight. Thanks for your help!!

Tentative Itinerary:

Day 1 : Fly into FCO from DFW; arrive 7:30 am; rent car and head to Montepulciano
Day 2-5: Montepulciano
Day 6-9: Siena
Day 10-14: return car then train to Rioggomore
Day 15: Fly out of PSA to DFW (flight at 1:15ish)

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