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Advice on apartment location in Rome

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We are 3 adults in our 60's with limited Italian who are planning a week long stay in Rome in April. We are looking for an apartment that will allow us to access tourist sights (Vatican, museums, etc) either together or alone, supermarkets/bakeries for preparing meals. The Italian Tourist Bd (NYC) advised against Tastevere as being too far & would require much time on the metro. After researching many apts, we have located some in the Campo de Fiori, Vaticano, San Giovanni, & Esquinol area. Please advise A) is it better to be in walking distance or is public transportation fine; B) advice regarding the following addresses/neighborhoods as to preferable locations for our needs:
1) Viale delle Milizie 108, 00192 Rome (Vaticano)
2) Via Principe Arnedeo & Via Mamiami (Esquinol)
3) Via Angelo Emo 147 Rome (Prati Vaticano)
4) Via dei Cappelari 13 (Campo de Fiori)
5) Via Crescenzio, 82, Rome (Vaticano)
6) San Giovanni area near metro Re di Roma
7) Camp II (Campo de Fiori)

Thank you!

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