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Rome lodging question- flying in, training out in the morning

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We will be flying into Rome (Fumicino) and arriving late afternoon (from the Middle East- so not a jet lag issue). In the morning we'll be heading for Positano starting by train (I'm doing a separate post with those questions!).

1. We've both seen 'the big stuff' in other trips. DH would like to have a relaxing evening where we can roam around (safe area of course) and take in some good food.

2. I'm thinking somewhere where it won't be a headache to get to the train station in the morning.

I'd like to find a small pension or B&B- but I need a clue about what area would make sense.

I'd appreciate suggestions on an area and/or lodging.
Thanks!!

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