Holiday Inn Dar Es Salaam City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Dar Es Salaam City Centre
Moden and clean rooms, bed is a tiny bit too hard, great shower, nice rooftop bar, and very friendly staff!
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... get cleaned and bandaged. And, I saw one male catheter get put in through his lower abdomen, so that was different. I also saw a few C-section stitches get removed.
In the afternoon, an outpatient doctor came in and I got to shadow and help him directly because for whatever reason, there weren't any nurses in minor anymore. The doctor worked on a man who had a swollen left index finger. First, he used iodine to ...
... to sleep for another hour, before awakening at 5-30 am and couldn't return to sleep. Once I got up, I unpacked my bags and arranged my hut a bit before having lunch at my friends house and going to pick the children up from school and going to a treat of going to the movies (we almost didn't make it due to the Dar traffic, and the great traffic jams but thank goodness for previews we got there before it started!) ... After the movie I then ...
... Forest which includes the Mangrove forest, and Butterfly World. The cost is USD 160.00 per couple excluding lunch. Amour fetches us at 06.00 the next morning and we drive to the dolphins in the northern coast of Zanzibar. Once we arrive we take the little boats out to sea with the guides. It is a bit bouncy and the sea is not as smooth as we would have liked. Finally we see the dolphins and Rudi is all geared up with snorkel ...
Such a contrast after the beauty of the Serengeti! Dar is a big and busy city. It's interesting though – people everywhere – selling things, driving/walking/riding/going places, eating, hanging around. The clothes are so gaudy – it’s mainly Muslim, so ...
... what seemed like one foot above ground for way too long. Our driver is a nice guy and drives us through city traffic to the middle of Dar es Salam. Kids were selling drinks, nuts, dates and ice cream all through the traffic. The road was lined with "welcome Barrack Obama" signs on the center poles from his visit last week. Dar es Salam seems cleaner and more prosperous than I thought. We are dropped at the Sun Dar es Salam hotel. I mean dropped. It was ...