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10-year Wedding Anniversary in Rome

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My husband and I are celebrating our 10-year wedding anniversary this June in Rome. We have the tickets, and now we're ready to start booking the details.

1) I'm looking for recommendations on lodging for 7 nights. We either want a hotel or B&B (or possibly a monastery stay I've read about (?)), but no apartments; and we'd like to keep it well under $300/night... Anyone have favorites they could recommend? And this might be far fetched, but any with pools?

2) That leads me to #2 - we want to ensure we see all the sights, but I'm wondering about activities beyond sightseeing as well...and some R&R! My husband is a huge history/Vatican buff and wants to see it all, but I'm hoping I'm not dragging by the end! (Thus the question about the pool!) Any tips for pacing ourselves? Day trips to beaches or countryside?

Thanks!

E.E.C

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