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How to get to airport and other practical questions

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We will be in Rome a few days. I have a few questions we need answers to:

What's the most economical way to travel from our apartment (piazza del popolo) to the airport?

We aren't sure we want to visit the Vatican. We arent catholic and our budget is getting squeezed. Is it still possible to go without paying admission charges? Perhaps we can just see from the outside? Do we need our passports?

Can anyone recommend a grocery store in the piazza del popolo area? (Of course, we'll look for it but just wondering if anyone can recommend places to eat/buy food in that area)?

Thinking about getting the combo ticket for the forum and doing what Rick Steve's suggests (buying it from less crowded palatine hill). Anyone have a better idea?

After 13 days in Italy, we are homesick, tired and poorer :). What can we expect from Rome? Any advice?

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