Hilton Addis Ababa
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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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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... a bed. So when they saw the additional person charge on our bill, they gave us a room with twin/double (hybrid) beds then moved in an extra double bed for Temi! They squeezed it into the little alcove that was previously occupied by a little tea table and chairs, then they made a bunch of jokes about how it was the "VIP bed." But it worked out perfectly for us!
We rested for a while before heading to the Piazza area for some sightseeing ...
... in my room, 100 pushups, 150 situps, 500 pliometric stepups on chair. Tasty breaky with Zimbabwean guy who goes to university in Boston going home for break (his Dad is founder of telecommunications company, was actaully just named best CEO in Africa) interesting to talk about current state of affairs in Zimbabwe and the eventual transition of the Robert Mugabe government).
So, I feel pretty good. I'm going to Ethiopia today, WOW! Okay, easy bus ride to Dubai airport. Visited ...
After a super long flight, I FINALLY MADE IT TO ETHIOPIA!! The flight was great, a really nice man who was traveling from Virginia sat next to me and kept me company (and translated all of the intercom messages into English for me.) He was originally from Ethiopia and told me about his three brothers and five sisters and how he visits them three weeks each year. I couldn't imagine being away from my family for ...
... then it is boiled again. A filter is placed over the spout of the pot and the coffee is poured into small handless cups. I’ve done this several times in Ethiopia and it’s lots of fun, there’s time to talk while all this is going on. There is even a coffee stand like this in the departure lounge of the airport. A lady has a charcoal coals lit and smoking and she’s ready to roast beans and complete ...
... the roads were mostly unpaved and there was the occasional pile of mud and rubble to contend with. I walked for a good 20 minutes just to get a feel for the place, people noticed me but were not staring. Some school kids said hello to me in English and I got a few bemused smiles from others but probably because I was a westerner walking in the afternoon heat. Having said that the temperature was not excessive at ...