Hotel Belle Vie

Address: Avenue Tombalbaye, Kinshasa, Congo - The Dem. Repub. | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenue Tombalbaye, Kinshasa, is near Zongo Falls, Lake Kivu, and Mount Nyiragongo.
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      Meetings and office work

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 10, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... Cruisers or Prados with the stark black letters UN painted on the side. One sees many UN personnel staying at the best hotels in town, where I stayed when I first came to Kinshasa because they were the only really safe places to stay. A few times I’ve been accused of living "lavishly" when I travel. I have stayed in some expensive (overpriced) hotels at times – in Kinshasa especially – because less-expensive and truly safe ...

      Le Fleuve

      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 22, 2014

      7 photos

      ... He has a wife, five daughters, and a son. He said that his two oldest girls are doing well in school but that the fees are high. We continued on after saying goodbye to Simon and his family. Our next stop was Kenya Airways office in the old colonial part of Kinshasa near the Memling Hotel. We stopped there because there had been no sign of Mr. Meeker's bag being returned anytime soon. He said that the number they gave him was out of service or just simply a cell phone that ...

      Around Kinshasa

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 22, 2014

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... It is wide, fairly shallow, and fast running at Kinshasa. We stopped at a restaurant-resort type of place on the banks, where we could have a look. Along the banks workers were breaking rocks using only hand tools to make building stone and gravel for construction. It is very hard work.

      We drove further along the bank and picked up a man attending services, named Simon. He guided us to a sort of private nature reserve in the locality of Mbudi. We had to pay ...


      A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 21, 2014

      6 photos

      ... me with a smile and said, "It looks like you appreciate nature. Did you enjoy our gardens?" I told him that I was impressed with the banana trees, the apricot trees, the fig trees, and the avocado trees that I saw. I told him that we don't have the right climate for these trees where I live. We ended up talking for quite a while. Apparently he used to work for 8 or 9 years at the US Embassy in Kinshasa and was happy to hear that I was from the USA. He said he worked security ...

      A Longest Day

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 20, 2014

      4 comments, 11 photos

      ... and gave Nathan $100 that had been contributed by members in the north east US, to buy Bibles. Nathan and I had discussed setting up a reading room in the church hall as soon as we get the windows put it. Some village people had begun attending services with us in Mugina and in the other church areas, but as soon as they were given a Bible, they were tempted into selling them for the little money they could get for them. This was upsetting to Nathan and other members ...