Hotel Canova

Via Urbana, 10/A, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Santa Pudenziana.
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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    2nd Day in Rome: Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 12, 2014

    37 photos

    ... the museums by the fastest way to Sixtine Chapel, but still could see the gardens, the the art-filled passages inside the museum and some of the great works of art inside... before finally arriving to the Sixtine Chapel... oh, sorry, no picture of Sixtine Chapel, it was forbidden to take pictures... anyway,
    it's a bit disappointing, so don't expect much...




    Finally we did ...

    The Christening day

    A travel blog entry by meladp on Apr 27, 2014

    14 photos

    Picked up by Aldo and met at Alessio's house. Got to the church at 12 noon for Mass and Christening. After the Mass we went to a lovely restaurant for a long lunch. The church is a Marist church and the parish priest knows Fr Kev well. He has been to HH parish 2 times! We Aussies have a special connection/presence in Rome. George Pell bought a residence in the centre of Rome and converted it into a guest house for ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... Other training schools were in the same area, including the Ludus Matutinus where fighters of animals were trained, plus the Dacian and Gallic Schools. Also nearby were the Armamentarium, comprising an armory to store weapons; the Summum Choragium, where machinery was stored; the Sanitarium, which had facilities to treat wounded gladiators; and the Spoliarium, where bodies of dead gladiators were stripped of their armor and disposed of. Around the perimeter of the Colosseum, at ...

    Time travelling without a flux capacitor…

    A travel blog entry by mitchvillehs on Sep 14, 2013

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... the large stone roads, the ancient “wall paper” used to decorate room walls and could even see the remains of the lead pipe used to transfer running water into houses. We were even told about the Pompeii equivalent of Sydney Water. They charged you based on the diameter of the pipe you owned rather than the metering system we use today.

    We were all running out of puff by the end of the tour. We have been incredibly blessed with the ...

    Rome, Italy

    A travel blog entry by u00jpt2 on Jul 10, 2013

    Today was an exciting day and one of the highlights for us. An opportunity to see the historical city of Rome. We decided to take an escorted journey of the city to ensure we caught all the highlights and bypass the general lineups at the various sites. We ported in Citiviania. After a short walk to the train station, we ...