Best Western Park Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... weaving in and out of traffic on the way down the mountain side. Before even leaving Pétionville we saw a demonstration; a line of police were attempting to channel a crowd of protesters so that they would not completely block traffic. We passed this scene without incident but the taxi boss became nervous and kept looking back to decipher the situation. There were places where, for unknown reasons, the traffic stopped completely during several minutes before inching ...