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Some practical questions about Rome

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I'm in the midst of preparing a three day stay in Rome. Various Fodorites have helped me with my previous questions regarding accommodation and classical concerts.
Here's another for Rome veterans among you.
1. Is OMNIA the best (or possibly only?) general sightseeing pass? http://www.romeandvaticanpass.com/
2. Would it still be advisable to make separate reservations for all the museums whereby a reservation is required such as the Galleria Borghese?
The famous Borromini optical illusion corridor is located in the Galleria Spada. Does anyone know if this corridor is part of the public collection? I was told you could only visit it as part of a group.

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