This is, hands down, my favorite spot in Rome.  It is Campo dei Fiori, and every morning we were in Rome, I walked around, absorbing.  There is no where in the world like it.  
Fiori (flowers)--
  Ortaggi (vegetables)--and the fountain that has been flowing for 5 centuries.
 Cured meats and cheeses--

Spezie (spices)--
Trimming carciofi (artichokes)
 Spada (sword)--



I wish I had taken more shots of the city--it was indescribable!  Bustling, crowded, exciting, alive--ancient and new all at once.  I think I was just taking it in and forgot to take photographs.
This was taken from the balcony of the National Archaeological Museum; it is the upper part of the Galleria Principe di Napoli, built 1876-1883 as a commercial center.  The dome of Santa Maria di Constantinopoli is visible on the left.  Below is a look inside the Galleria.
The only other city scenes I captured...
And please forgive the final one, which I believe was from a moving bus!!



In Trastevere.
 Not just anywhere you can ring up il Martini.

I wonder how long the Madonna has been watching over this doorway in Campo dei Fiori?



Yes, THE Rome. My favorite city ever.
Near the Pantheon.
 The best door, EVER. Also near the Pantheon.
 I love this balcony, near Piazza Navona.