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Bilbo has a honeymoon in Rome

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After 30+ happy years we (Mr and Mrs Bilbo) have finally decided we have to get married and have already sought advice from the Fodorites on how to do this in Puglia. I'll let you know how that is going when we know more, however, we now have to manage the honeymoon which will be made up a holiday in Puglia followed by 3 nights in Rome in late September 2013. We have little interest in religious art from 500AD to 1200 AD. We want to see:

The Pantheon, the Forum, The Colosseum, Galleria Borgehese, Musei Capitolini, The Modern Art Museum, Il Vittoriano and the Caffe Aracoeli and the Castel San'Angelo. We are happy to walk everywhere but would use the public transport system (trams preferred) and we would like to pay Euro 100-150 per night for a room in a hotel which must not be an “international” type.

So which area would you recommend and any hotel ideas?

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