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100€ +/- a night accomodations in Rome

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Just want a place to shower and sleep. Nothing fancy, at all. Centrally located.

Apt, convent, hotel or B&B all fine... (3) women(mother/2 adult daughters)

Something called Sweet Home Bed and Breakfast looked okay...just not sure where it is in comparison to what is a "central location" in Rome. Basically, just want a place to walk out of and start out sight-seeing, close to Piazza Navona perhaps or the Spanish Steps, I don't know obviously. We are walkers, so distance is not a prob.

Maybe if I will tell you what we want to see might help: Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Vatican, St. Peter's, Borghese Gallery, Trevi Ftn, "Dolce Vita Stroll", flea mrkts... all the normal touristry things, but we welcome any "must sees" that no else thinks about...any hidden places....

I know lengthy, thanks for any help.

D.

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