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Rome -- The next time around

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Hello, all. It's been a long while since ms_go and I last visited the Eternal City together... but I still remember it (or most of it) like it was yesterday. Recently, we booked a 4-night stay there in November. Yes, I know, the weather may be a dicey proposition at that time. But I'm sure we'll manage.

My question is this: what are the 3 main attractions & sites that would top your list if you had already covered the usual "A" list attractions.

For reference, we have already spent time with (and taken copious pictures of):
St. Peter's
The Vatican & Museums
Castel SantAngelo & Bernini Bridge
Trevi Fountain
The Spanish Steps
Piazza del Popolo
The Colosseum
The Pantheon
The Fora
The Catacombs
Piazza Navonna
Campo de' Fiori
Galleria Borghese
Capitoline Museum

This time around, we are staying near the old Jewish Ghetto, south of the Campo de' Fiori, and are planning to do the following:
The Scavi Tour under St. Peter's
Exploring more of Trastevere than last time
Visiting Ostia Antica
Eating and drinking wine like there's no tomorrow

As you can see, the itinerary of our follow-up visit is a tad sparse (so far). So, what are your top 3 must-sees that we ain't seen?

Grazie mille!

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