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Inexpensive Accomodations in Rome

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I'll be ending a two week organized tour of Central and South Italy with an added week on my own--Sept-Oct. trip, shortly. I'll be coming from Puglia and am in need of an inexpensive B&B in Rome, ( can't afford hotels), but up from hostels. The B&B website was so large I barely began although I observed that $50 ish / night is possible. Maybe it's my older brain ( senior), but I believe I'll do better with some personal touch from travellers themselves. I'd like to stay in city center where I can do more in my two days three nights there. I had been to Rome once many years ago seeing what travellers usually see ( museums, duomos, ruins). This time it's kind of a relaxed overview.

All suggestions appreciated

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