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Im starting to learn the best way to get the most direct answers on this board, so here we go. I'm looking for the best area to stay in Rome. Here are the details:

Who: My Wife and I
When: October 6-11
$$$: Want to spend between $150-200 per night.

Would like a good location but don't mind walking so it doesn't need to be right on top of all the tourist spots.

I was told great things about the B&B Giovy (http://www.bbgiovy.com/) and it seems like a great area, but would like to hear from those that have been there.

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