Best Western La Vinci Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western La Vinci Hotel Dhaka City
Good location, nice restaurant, friendly staff, free airport pick up
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... stand at the terminal to go back to Dhaka - I wasn’t ready for my vacation to be over! Not only that, for example, getting onto my plane to leave for Bali I started to take notice of my surroundings. Shockingly, and yet not really for all that I know about Bangladesh and its' gender discrimination issues, I was one of THREE females getting onto a plane of over 80 MALE passengers. Now, I did start counting because A) I was bored B) I was starting to feel like ...
Day 12 and the first day of the 3 day Biswa Ijtima, a muslim gathering which culminates in a public prayer which is attended by some 5 million people. It is the second largest muslim pilgrimage after ...
The backpack on and out the door in the drizzling rain, it was a good day
for travelling. We boarded the train for Dhaka and settled in. After
about an hour a strange thing happened. Something splattered through
the carriage and there was a bit of commotion. Huw was convinced that
a baby had shat itself and the wind had spread it **** all over the
place. It took us a bit to cotton on to what had happened. there
seemed to be light brown ...
... apartment, glorious place! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, furnished. Took a walk around the lake by their house, got chicken shwarmas to go and had supper at the apartment of shwarmas, salad with fried lentils, curried veggies and beer. After supper we played Parcheesi with Darius. Darius and Les went to bed and Rebecca and I sat up for a visit. Rebecca gave me a small album of cool photos from Madagascar and a book about the ...
... we were in the Dhaka spotlight.
Our local tour agency was extremely welcoming to us during our time in Bangladesh. We were invited to the CEO’s house for a Bangla banquet as the guests of honour. This cemented into us that Bangladeshis are super hospitable. We were grateful, and still keep wondering why we were being treated like royalty. We eventually came to terms of the fact that this is Bangladesh, a little known country that ...