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Venice to Florence to Rome - anywhere in between?

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My husband and I are thinking of going to Italy in May. We would be there for a full 10 days arriving in the morning on day 1 and flying home on day 11. We are trying to figure out the best itinerary for us and are thinking of flying into Venice for 3-4 days then taking the train to Florence for 2 days and spending the rest of the time in Rome. I would also love to see Tuscany or some of the Amalfi Coast. Is there a way to fit that into the trip? If so, where should we visit and between which stops? Any hotel recommendations would be helpful also - trying to stick to somewhat of a budget so keeping cost in mind. Thank you in advance for any insight!!

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