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Looking for centrally located Rome B&B/Hotel E125/night max

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We are a married couple in our 50s heading from UK to Italy in April. This will be our first trip there. Doing a few days in Venice first, before heading down to Rome.

To fulfill one of my desires. we are in the process of reserving a few nights in a convent, but Mr. TeaLover doesn't think he can handle 8 days in a convent so we're looking for a hotel for our remaining days.

We would like:

- Double room w/private bath
- Unique (charming, antiquey, vintage, or modern - as long as unique)
- Not touristy/contrived
- Central location so we can walk to major sites
- Must have Wi-Fi
- E125/night MAX

I'm researching Rick Steves' Italy book and Mr. Tealover is on www.venere.com and www.b-b.rm.it and Trip Advisor, but in the meantime, thought I'd ask you good people for suggestions.

Grazie!!

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