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Is this itinerary organized and sensible??

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My DH and I are arriving in Rome from Venice on Sept 6th in the late afternoon. We are staying for four full days with the fifth day being a travel day. Does this Itinerary make sense so we aren't backtracking or missing tons of things? Also I have no idea about restaurants. Any suggestions or should we just ask at our hotel?

Day 1: Friday
arrival at Termini station 4pm
walk to hotel (downtown accomodation on via cavour)
walk to Santa Maria Maggiore
Dinner

Day 2: Saturday
Breakfast at hotel
Basilica Di San Clemente
Colosseum
Arch of Constantine
Palatine Hill
Forum
Santa Maria in Aracoeli
Vittorio Emmanuele Monument
Church of the Gesu
St. Peter in Chains


Day Three: Sunday
Breakfast at hotel
Campo Di Fiori
Sant Andrea della Valle
Piazza Navona
S. Ivo in Sapienza (if it is still open)
Pantheon
Trevi Fountain (any interesting churches between here and the steps)
Spanish steps

Day Four: Monday
Breakfast at hotel
Borghese Gallery & Gardens
Piazza del Popolo
-the three Santa Maria Churches
-climb steps to see overview of the city
**Would like to go to some more churches or do some shopping here**

Day Five: Tuesday
Breakfast at hotel
Scavi Tour 9:15am
Vatican 11:30 ish
St. Peters Basilica
Trastevere Neighborhood
S. Maria in Trastevere

Day 6: Wed
Breakfast
Depart to Airport to go home

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