Hotel Canova

Via Urbana, 10/A, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Rough Start in Rome

A travel blog entry by lolly13

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We had a rough start in Rome. It is a very large city and a bit overwhelming at first. Not to mention that Rome tried to eat Jennifer three times. Once in the Metro when the doors closed on her, and twice when our hotel elevator doors closed on her (partly my fault... the doors close right when you push the button!) Not to mention that Jennifer was …

Rome

A travel blog entry by slbrown17

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... all really interesting, and cool. It was amazing to see them in real life, in comparison to photos. I honestly would love to go back and see an event at the Coliseum to see what it was like. Also, to see how they made everything. Their construction building is so much more impressive than what we can do today, and it lasts so much longer! On our way to the bus station, we stopped to get more pizza (it's our last time in Italy for awhile)! Then we took a bus back to the ...

Sunday in Rome

A travel blog entry by dbenton

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... it because it had started to rain. We weren't disappointed with our decision. It was massive, intimidating and at the same time sorrowful. Scaffolding covers 1/3 of the outside walls from top to the bottom for cleaning. The inside ruins still reflect where the slaves, gladiators, and lions were held as well as the many levels of bleachers to accommodate 50,000 spectators. Hard to imagine this was a sport. Gladiators, criminals, slaves, and wild animals ...

The Greatest Stadium of Them All!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh

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... you could see the underground chambers where the gladiators and wild animals once roamed, waiting for their next match. It was a little tough to imagine the Colosseum in its full glory at the time that it was built, since the south part was mostly destroyed and there were lots of pockmarks and chipped stones. But looking at the before-and-after flipbooks back at the apartment gave an ...

The Busiest Day!

A travel blog entry by newromanticx

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... Cit, following the river and passing the Isola Tiberina and Castel Saint Angelo as well as more vendors and living statues! We headed towards the Basilica, stopping to buy our tacky presents on the way (a centurian helmet keyring for my fiance and a Pope thimble for me haha!). It was absolutely packed with people round here, taking photos and queueing to get in. We would have loved to have gone inside but the queues made it impossible and we vowed to ...

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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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