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Deciding on apartment location in Rome

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We are 3 adults in our 60's who plan to rent an apt for a week in Rome. We want easy access to sights, supermarket (cooking dinner), and fairly quiet. We have narrowed our choices to an apt in the Prati area (metro A, Valle Aurela Sta), San Giovanni/St. John Lateran (metro A, Porta Furba Sta), and Vaticano (Ottaviano Sta).
Appreciate advice/insight in helping us make a decision.
Thank you in advance for your help.

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