Hilton Addis Ababa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Addis Ababa
Hilton hotels always offers great service world wide. From shuttles ,food ,rooms etc.
Hilton in Addis is a very old Hotel
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... the only electricity is available with a few generators and sometimes with sun energy. Frequently no telephone network the mobile one of course landlines do not exist I think. My fridge worked about 40% of the time and I learned that when I open the door at night, the stuff was much cooler then the cold air generated by the sun electricity. I discovered this after all my stuff became mouldy and the eggs smelled like the sulfur of the Dead Sea. Never mind I lived and ate very ...
... request. Kids were and issue all around today, damn buggars, they are getting malicious and it's getting serious now. I am going to check my time tomorrow morning, but I would have been faster if didn't take photos but your only here once! Off to bed, not sure about tomorrow, morning is most of the climbing (in 50km) I am a bit stressed and grumpy. But tomorrow is a new day, a new climb and new kids. I accomplished my goal of riding the Blue Nile Gorge. Cross one off the ...
... rise we saw the absolutely incredible hues of the sulphur springs, hard to put into words. Greens, yellows, striking colors, noxious fumes, Afar people in their traditional dress. I was tired but wandered alone around the crazy landscape and got a few photos. In the distance, mountains could be seen. It was getting hot, this was a place of exceptional and hostile beauty. To experience this completely underslept and jetlagged added to the unbelievable quality. Mindblowing.
We traversed ...
... along the 600 km stretch The countryside is lush with fertile soils, undulating hills as we are still on the plateau at around 1800 metres. Teff is the main crop grown in the area and harvesting is just being completed. It is a gluten-free grain used to make injeera. The cattle look healthy as well as the donkeys and goats. We are ...
... beard. My photos don't exactly capture that look.
Thanks Genet for explaining some of the history and symbolism inherent in the Ethiopian Orthodox churches. Like women having their own entrance and sitting on the right, men sitting on the left plus how the altar area is divided into three sections with a copy of the "ark of the covenant" held in the third chamber and this area ...