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    Yes, we arrived at night and then 3 full days then a half day then left. over 7 years ago

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    Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini it's a few blocks past the top of the Spanish Steps. It's something you'll never forget.
    See if you can get a tour of the Irish Franciscan College - St. Isidore's. over 7 years ago

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    Well, for food we used this article from the Guardian. Pizza Remo was noisy and authentic and worth the effort to get to by metro and foot.


    Pizzeria Remo
    A 75-year-old pizzeria considered among the best in Rome, where locals get loud and every pizza is baked to order. Pizza bianca con fiori di zucca (€7.50) is especially good.
    • Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice, 44, Testaccio (0039 6 574 6270), dinner only. Closed Sun
    La Fraschetta del Pesce
    A new restaurant where ex-fisherman Marco Magliozzi applies a light touch to the seafood his son delivers daily from their home port of Anzio. The Wednesday €13 crudo and pasta special is great value, but the €20, €30 or €40 menus give a taste of his way with fish.
    • Via E d'Arborea, 40-42, Nomentano (0039 6 4424 4818;lafraschettadelpesce.it), lunch and dinner. Closed Mon

    La Nuova Cantinetta
    A definitive Roman trattoria nestled between two apartment buildings in the Rococo-inspired Garbatella quarter. Owner Paolo Sanna keeps prices low and tassisti coming back for classics such as rigatoni alla pajata (€6).
    • Via Basilio Brollo, 7, Garbatella (0039 6 513 5809), lunch and dinner. Closed Sun

    A favourite of former New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni and taxi driver Laura Piccolo, where rigatoni alla carbonara (€13) and abbacchio (Roman spring lamb, €14) are a bit pricey but pitch-perfect.
    • Via Marmorata, 39, Testaccio (0039 6 574 2415), lunch and dinner. Closed Wed over 7 years ago

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