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Need Help re: Rome Hop On/Off vs Metro & Appian Way

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My 50-something husband & I will be visiting Rome for 2-l/2 days in early June. We would like to spend Day 1 in Capitoline/Forum/Palatine area and Day 2 (a weekday) visiting stops along the Appian Way (catacombs, other stops & Aqueduct Park--he's an engineer). What is the best way to travel on Day 2 which minimizes walking (although some is fine). Do you recommend Metro, or Hop-On-Off Acheobus (which may not go all the way to the aqueducts--wonder if you can you walk from last stop or take a taxi)? The bike rentals at Cecilia Metella sound fun if road isn't too busy with weekday car traffic. We'd consider a l/2 day tour (Enjoy Rome?). We'd also like to see the National Museum of Rome, Baths of Carcalla & Castel St. Angelo while there if time allows. Finally wondering if Roma Pass a good idea. Grazie for any input.

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