Ibis Abidjan Plateau
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Am finally starting to master business dinners with no utensils and keeping my clothes clean. Not so easy with the chicken floating in the palm oil with no napkins but the grease helped ease the itch of the mosquito bites on my ankles.
Ate at Alpha Blondys restaurant--Syl is jealous that i met him.
Was amused by the fact that the …
Today was a fairly smooth travel day. I worked in the room until 11:00 when I took a taxi to the airport. The flight to Abidjan left a bit late due to heavy fog at the airport, which slowed the take-off frequency.
We soon rose through the low clouds, however, into brilliant sunlight. I started reading a new Dorothy Dunnet series: the …
Today was a prep day: preparing for our trip up to Man starting tomorrow. I met with Paul Tia in the early afternoon at the hotel and we agreed on the final details of an itinerary and the plan for my stay in Côte d'Ivoire. And I made some purchases of items we’ll need during the expedition.
I will be out of touch for the next three …
This morning we were up and ready to leave at 6:45. I paid for the rooms, and we loaded the car. We drove to la Brioche for coffee but found it closed. Assuming it would open at 7:00 we drove through the rest of the town to see how things had changed since my last visit. Nothing much had changed: most everything looked dusty, grimy and poor. One …
This Sabbath was another very full day. Paul, Seussié and Mamadou arrived with Amara, whom we had reserved for one more day, at 8:30. We put diesel in the car (this is done on a day-by-day basis with taxis because whatever is left in the tank at the end of the day is lost) and started out toward La Mé. We stopped along the way to pick up Paul's …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Abidjan Plateau
This hotel has almost completed updating it's rooms, and they're fresh and clean. Service is good, the food is fine, although the menu is limited as is often the case at Ibis hotels. Located on Plateau, the center of the city, can walk to lots of businesses and shops.
A typical Ibis, nothing extraordinary but safe, reasonable value for money.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.