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Rome - A Couple of Questions

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I'm typing our bring-along itinerary for Italy, and had a couple of quick questions.

We'll get to Rome Sunday morning, May 3rd taking the train from Milan, and we're staying in an apartment near the Colosseum. After we drop off our things, we'd like to visit the Colosseum/Forum/etc. since it's right down the street.

This is the first Sunday of the month, so most museums in Rome are free, including the Colosseum/Forum. I'm sure it will be busy and there may be lines. Is there a better entrance than the one at the Colosseum that we could use and maybe have a shorter line to wait in?

Monday, we plan to visit the Capuchin Crypt museum in the late morning. Can anyone recommend a good place for lunch nearby? We'd prefer to spend around 10 euros per person for an entree.

Thanks so much!

Lee Ann

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