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Recommendations between Tuscany and Rome?

Old Mar 11th, 2003, 11:32 PM
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Recommendations between Tuscany and Rome?

We are spending 3 weeks traveling down from Nice to Rome for our honeymoon. I have my trip planned out down through Tuscany but am having trouble finding anything great between Tuscany to Rome. Any ideas that don't take us too far off the main road or railway?
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Old Mar 11th, 2003, 11:49 PM
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Saturnia, Port' Ercole, Isola de Giglio (romantic!)
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Old Mar 12th, 2003, 03:03 AM
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Pitigliano, Santa Fiora, Parco Nazionale della Maremma, Tarquinia, Bomarzo, Lago di Bracciano, Cerveteri.
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Old Mar 12th, 2003, 04:36 AM
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Between WHERE in Tuscany and Rome? If you're traveling by rail, it's only 95 minutes from Florence to Rome.<BR><BR>Do you really need an intermediate stop?<BR><BR>Whatever your decision, congratulations on your new life in marriage... and ...<BR><BR>Best wishes,<BR><BR>Rex<BR>[email protected]<BR>
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There are dozens of great places--are you driving?
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Assisi and Umbria, we are staying at Hotel Umbra in Assisi for part of our honeymoon!<BR><BR>Best of luck and congrats!<BR>Jamie
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Southern Tuscany,very rural some towns are a little touristed such as mantalcino other<BR>areas such as mt. Amiata are not much visited by Americans,Castiglione d Orcia,St. Antimo aslo in area it would be an easy drive to Rome.Need a car here if you don't have one already pick one up from www.autoeurope.com in Florence and turn it in on the outskirts of rome,Bob the Navigator would know the name of that location.I promise you that this area is beautiful and quiet also great food and wine! I found a place to stay on a olive farm with very nice rooms in Castiglione d Orcia post if interested.RR
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Orvieto! Stay at least overnight. Easily accessible via car or train. One hour from Rome by train.<BR><BR>buon viaggio!
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