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Rome in November - Crowded? Cold?

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Most guide books speak of November in Rome as a "low" season. However hotel prices are actually higher than they were in July (I was there just this past July and am staying at the same hotel in November and it's more than it was last summer). That usually indicates more crowds. So - those of you who have been in November, or who live there - should I expect the same kind of crowds that I experienced in July? Lines at museums, etc? Just trying to plan.

Also, the "historical" weather sites mention temps in the lows 60s but say it's the rainiest month of the year. Is "rain" typically the pouring down don't want to go out in it variety or more like lots of drizzle (like England tends to be). Obviously no one can predict actual weather, and I will check the forecast but trying to get a sense of what to expect.

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