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Rome Apartments

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My parents and I are looking to stay in an apartment while in Rome. We prefer to buy fresh produce/veggies, and cook most of our meals. We would also like an apartment that has a balcony or sitting area so that we can chill at the end of the day. Can anyone recommend an area that is within walking distance to the market, and to main sightseeing attractions? I was wondering if anyone could recommend an apt. In particular that they visited, and wouldn't hesitate to go back. I am looking at verbo but don't know what area to stay in. Any suggestions? Prefer away from traffic and lots of tourists, but within walking distance.
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