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Help with Rome Apartment Decision- Campo vs. Navona

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This June I will be travelling with my family of 6 (2 adults, 4 daughters, ages 12-17) to Italy for the first time. We are renting an apartment in Rome, and I'd like help choosing between two. We like to be able to walk everywhere. Don't mind some noise, but don't want to be in the middle of a party all night long. It seems to me that I can't go wrong with either, but I've never been to Rome and can't get a feel for how far apart these would be, so any thoughts would be appreciated.

Campo dei Fiori area - http://www.vrbo.com/371978
Piazza Navona area - http://www.vrbo.com/349314

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