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Quick Rome Trip

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Hi, I decided to do a quick trip to Rome to see the exhibition at Palazzo Farnese before it closes. I'm visiting on Sunday before I head to the airport. I'll be arriving Saturday early afternoon.

Is there anything new or a major attraction I've missed in the past that I should think about? I'm thinking of going to Maxxi, where I've never been. Otherwise I've been to most of the big attractions in Rome (Vatican, Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Borghese Gallery, some of the other major squares, churches, etc. -- but I've not been to Castel Sant'Angelo).

I think I'll be perfectly happy walking around and doing some shopping. I've been very busy so I just want a change of scenery and look forward to your suggestions!

Thanks!

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