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Rome experts-help with a walking route

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In a few weeks I'm making a return visit to Rome after an absence of several years,and one of my TCs will be a first-timer. We will be very short on time--barely 3 days. I've already arranged for a guided tour of the Vatican on our first afternoon (we will have already been in Italy for a few days.)
We are staying in the Pantheon/Navona area, so we will explore that.
We will also visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum. I hope to have lunch or a snack in the Trastevere area one day. I've had my map out, and am trying to come up with a walking route, perhaps tacked onto one of the above areas, or else a separate route, which will include most or all the following:
Baths of Diocletian
Santa Maria d'Angeli
Santa Maria della Vittoria
Trajan's Market
San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane

suggestions appreciated.
Also, on two previous visits to Rome I have not visited Castel Sant'Angelo. Am I missing something important?
thanks

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