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Three nights in Rome-How to Choose?!

k_hase | May 12, 2009 08:50 AM

I've read and re-read and searched and have some plans, but really want your thoughts. I don't suppose I have many perameters, we aren't planning on upscale this trip and would like to stay in a reasonable price range for dinner. Typically we would share a few plates, have a bottle of wine, and share dessert and reasonable would be under $100. We also prefer the large meal in the evening as I just can't eat much when its hot in hte middle of the day. So lunches will be fairly light and on the go.

Critiques please!

We arrive on a Monday AM, staying in the Monti neighborhood, with a Context Tour of the Forum from 3-7PM. We planned on Vino Al Vino for a few glasses and some shared plates.

Tuesday is our Vatican Day followed by an afternoon nap! That evening we plan to stroll from Campo to Navona to Trevi and back to the hotel. Dinner choices (I need help here...) might be Osteria Dell’Anima or Tavernetta 48 (after reading a great review here). However, I'm very open to suggestion.

Wednesday we plan to visit Campo again, for the market and maybe walk over to Trastevere and/or head to the Capitoline Museums. I'm considering Borghese late too, 5-7PM tickets. Either way, we'll probably metro to Piazza Del Popolo and walk down Via Corso, sidetracking to Spanish Steps and Ara Pacis. This is where it all come we go back to the hotel and Tratorria Monti? People have mentioned some great places like L'angoletta and Matricianella. And I keep hearing about Taverna dei Fori and wonder if I should make that fit in somewhere.

See, I need help.

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