Rova Hotel

Address: 45 rue du Docteur Vilette, Antananarivo, Madagascar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 45 rue du Docteur Vilette, Antananarivo.
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    Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

    My first moment to write anything

    A travel blog entry by maxinegordon on Oct 03, 2014

    9 comments, 13 photos

    ... musicians is remarkable in so many ways. This is the 25th year of MadaJazzCar. I was told that most of the musicians are self taught and play by ear. There are very few instruments other than guitar, electric bass, and electric keyboards here. No trumpets or saxophones except for people who have gone to France to study or come from wealthy families. It is not easy to get a visa for France and no one I have met has been to the States though they would like to come ...

    Lemurs!

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 31, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... reported in Europe. I could see how this could dampen enthusiasm for tourism in the country.

    We drove into a traffic jam in Tana, common at that time of day, and to the hotel I reserved for the night, run by a European, and where I had stayed previously. We were quite tired after the exertions of the day, but also very happy with all we’d been able to see and do. It has been a very special day, and our last in Madagascar. Tomorrow we travel on to South ...

    Tana...cause it's way easier to say!!

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on May 02, 2013

    13 photos

    ... and the neighbourhood more residential the adrenalin started to pump a little bit harder. Not that we felt in any real danger. The locals seemed too surprised to find us there to be any trouble and the streets were still busy. Tim seems to have a compass in his head thank God and while we didn’t end up taking the most direct route, he had us back on track and safely home before dark.

    The next day we did a bit more exploring, this time in the Isoraka area ...

    Traveling to Madagascar

    A travel blog entry by elena.tylaweny on Feb 28, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and visiting for three days the small touristic island off the northwest, Nosy Be, my stay was incredible. Madagascar is one of the most enchanting places I have ever visited, and lived in. It has a very big part in my heart until ...

    A recycled city

    A travel blog entry by lexicon on Feb 02, 2013

    5 comments

    ... environment) plastic ones. They’re used, and once emptied of their sweet, sweet contents, are recycled through to be refilled and sent back out onto the town.


    Taxis also run just a little longer here, with missing door handles where only the driver has mastered the skill to let its passengers out by leaning over and flicking a hidden latch in the metal carcass of the passenger door. They repeatedly break down, often in the middle of the night, and ...