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February Books 13) The Time Out Guide to Rome

13) The Time Out Guide to Rome

Invested in this in Brussels airport, and it was worth it - good background essays, very good restaurant recommendations, a sensible approach to navigating around the sights. My one complaint is that the maps are not tied to the text awfully well, and actually allowed us to go seriously astray when we looked for the catacombs along the Appian Way.
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