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Rome for a day and a half - what to see/do on 3rd visit?

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My aunt and I are spending a partial day plus one full day in Rome after debarking a cruise ship in Civitavecchia. We arrive early in the morning but probably won't actually get into Rome until early afternoon on first day (Friday). Then we have a full day, Saturday, and then fly out Sunday around noon. We are staying out at the airport due to a roundtrip transfer we already booked for airport/port - plus the hotel offers a free shuttle into town.

We have each been to Rome twice before and have visited many of the "main" sites - St. Peter's, the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, etc. Of course, we'll see them again, but any suggestions for things to do or see on the "third layer" of travel? Maybe some interesting neighborhoods, an awesome food destination?

We both always have camera in hand, so photography is of interest. We enjoy walking, especially if the route is scenic, but we can do public transportation as well.

Thanks!

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