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Rome/10 days in mid February

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I had a lucky break with schedules lining up for once with my husband and 11 year old daughter and I just booked a flight RT to Rome arrive Feb. 15 and returning Feb. 25.

We have never been to Rome (have been to Tuscany and Cinque Terre). My husband loves history, I love wandering/eating/museums and my daughter likes to people watch/eat gelato.
I know 10 days is a long time (I grabbed the time greedily) so I am trying to put together a trip that might include one or two other places to visit. We would like to stay city centre in Rome.

We aren't interested in hotel chains but love places that are unique; don't need high luxury but do love a charming experience. I know this isn't exactly conveying a lot of requirements, but would really appreciate any suggestions!!

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