Hotel du Centre

Address: Au President Valerie Giscard D'Estaing, Bangui, 1015, Central African Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Au President Valerie Giscard D'Estaing, Bangui, is near Marché Central (Central Market).
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        Travel Blogs from Bangui

        The Asiatics, Fred Prokosch, part 2

        A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 25, 2014

        ... spoke in a dull, effeminate voice.

        "Why have you grown sick and weary of the world? When I grew older, alas, I grew hairy as well. All perspective goes, your eyes grow bleary and begin to focus inward, all that's left of your mind is a sticky bit of a thing, like a ball of wool that's gotten bunched up and odorous from being left out in the rain. Oh yes, it's true. I shall give your name to the authorities at Tiflis if you don't believe ...

        Bata (Equatorial Guinea) to Mpoko - (FEFF)

        A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Dec 26, 2013

        8 photos

        Once again a zig-zag pattern, back inland to Mpoko, Capital of Republic of Central Africa.
        Departure was very and humid conditions and a runway that was very marginal, with obstacles at either end.
        Flight itself was uneventful, landscape was half desert and half African Savannah...we performed an 11DME arc approach to rwy 35.
        Next flight we go back to the Coast, to Libreville, Capital of ...

        The Central African Republic-179th country!

        A travel blog entry by tom-of-boracay on Dec 02, 2008

        10 photos

        Just 3 passengers take off here at Bangui airport, the plane continues to Douala and Cotonou, it shows pretty well that the Central African Republic is no important destination on the international tourism map.Not yet.According to the department of tourism, around 3000 foreigners visit the country each year, and most of them go to the excellent National parks for wildlife viewing.But the country is not ...

        Lost in translation...

        A travel blog entry by cjost on Sep 02, 2008


        I have arrived in Bangui, a few days ago, but now I have a shot at the internet! The wait at CDG was not as bad as expected, afterall...I got on the plane and kept going. And now I have gotten sleep and can talk in coherent sentence (in english anyway, the french is still questionable). The airport at Bangui was just as crazy as I had been told it would be, but believe it or not (some of ...

        And then there were three

        A travel blog entry by lesleyd on May 18, 2008


        Well, the past few weeks flown by with the exodus of Tom. Tom is currently in a hospital in Paris attempting to have a kidney stone removed. We had some clear indications that a kidney stone might be present with lingering pain after successfully treating a UTI with antibiotics. I don't know what I would do without my Where there is no Doctor book or the Oxford Handbook of Tropical Medicine. Seriously, I could at least be a health care worker ...