Hilton Garden Inn Liberia Airport
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Standard business class Western-style hotel - not much for charm, but a comfortable and convenient place to spend the night prior to an early-morning departure from Liberia.
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Last full day of the trip - always a depressing proposition, but perhaps even more so in this case, since the only planned activity was a long, depressing drive to an even more depressing location - the Hilton Hotel at the Liberia airport. Sure, according to the reviews, the hotel is nice with a decent pool, but come on - staying out by the airport …
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