Hotel la Croix du Sud

Address: 20 Avenue Hassan II (ex A. Sarraut), Dakar, Senegal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 20 Avenue Hassan II (ex A. Sarraut), Dakar, is near La Maison des Esclaves and Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Dakar


    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Feb 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... and a bus depot.
    Elsewhere in the city are a number of mosques, very African looking, no onion domes. And a lot of men wear jhalabas, those long elegant robes, although few women are dressed in traditional Muslim attire. There are probably more women in traditional African dresses although they're far outnumbered by those in modern western wear. So it's a progressive place and a comfortable city. And judging by the coffee shop down the street I'd almost say it's got casual ...

    I hate liver.

    A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jul 07, 2014

    3 photos

    ... here, I've had the task of explaining some of our laws and the way our government works. (As well as the concept of a "hash tag" (spelling?) but that's for another day.)
    My challenge for my American friends is to put yourself in my shoes in explaining:
    1) Our drinking age law; not the actual history behind it but the logic as to why I'm legally allowed to have my body deteriorated from tobacco, sign up to fight in a war, and vote for three years ...

    Senegal and the Slave Trade

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and wooden carvings. We were invited to look at their stalls but we explained we were on a guided tour. But they insisted we come and have a look afterwards, so we agreed just to get rid of them.

    We walked along the streets until we came to the Maison des Esclaves or the House of Slaves. The official language of Senegal is French, so all the signage around the island was in French. The curator of the house of slaves showed us the depressing cells ...

    Spanners are not Cest Bon!!

    A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Dec 12, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... that was being sorted we went on an alcohol hunt. A local guy showed us around and found us a couple of bottle shops after we bought the first one out of beer. We were trying to stock up for Ash's 19th birthday party.
    After a few hours being pestered by locals to buy things including spanners, socks and mobiles we headed towards camp. Camping was by the beach and had wifi but only had open ...

    Westernmost Point Of Africa

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 15, 2013

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... in French during our visit and though it was difficult to get all the details, just by walking through the dungeons with rough stone floors and mere slits for windows, gives you some idea of the suffering of the people it held. A doorway opens directly from the storeroom onto the sea and evokes deep emotions.

    Today the island is a peaceful place. There are no sealed roads and no cars, just narrow alleyways, colonial brick buildings with ...

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