Les Trois Metis

Tana Centre Ville, Antananarivo, Madagascar | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antananarivo

Extreme Antananarivo

A travel blog entry by markjoy


... Every were people on the street, busy traffic, creme colored taxi's (Renault and Citroen Ducks), markets, cows, rice fields and trash and poor people. A totally other world then we experienced the last couple of weeks. Tana a population of 1.2 million on an altitude of 1400 m. The languages French and Malagasy are spoken here. Currency is Ariary 30.000 = 10. So jackpot at the ATM machine!!! We stayed in hotel Tana-Jacaranda for 13 per night, okay ...

The debt of fate

A travel blog entry by lexicon


Certain things with children are universal. They get cranky when tired and will inevitably throw a tantrum when exhausted. They love to shove things in their mouths, regardless of what their parents beg of them. They love shiny things, anything with buttons, and for some odd reason, keys. All that, and they find marvel in the smallest of things.

I watch the 18 month old at our house play with his ...


A travel blog entry by georgg


... is lined on each side by nice arcaded buildings. It is very busy here with street vendors sellling everything imaginable.

At the end of the Avenue is the large colonial era train station. We have lunch in a nice restaurant in the train station before heading up the hill through the main market. Back at the hotel we are picked up by Roland again for our evening flight out to Mauritius.


Return to Tana, Lemur Park and City Tour

A travel blog entry by wareameye


... half the group sticks with the menu, but others branch out to suit their own tastes, and the process of bill-paying becomes chaotic – what with the language challenges (the waiter speaks French, and very difficult-to-understand English).

Our guide has earlier told us that there is a place near the hotel where gay people congregate, so half of us decide to go check it out. What a laugh – the place is full of ...

Back to Tana and end of trip thoughts

A travel blog entry by sranmal


... up my evenings during the trip that I was the only one in the large restaurant. There weren't even any annoying French people there.

Day 20: Thursday 13 Oct

So, it was time to say goodbye to Madagascar. With my trip over, I gave up on further attempts to try and speak French. A short taxi ride took me to the airport where, and I shouldn't be surprised at this now, I appeared to be short-changed when exchanging my Ariary back into Euros - ...


This 2 star hotel is located on Tana Centre Ville, Antananarivo.
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