Lal Hotel Lalibela

Address: Post 58, Lalibela, Ethiopia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Post 58, Lalibela, is near Simien National Park and The Ruins of Aksum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLal Hotel Lalibela

      Reviewed by mguay

      Avons lunché au resto de l'hôtel

      Reviewed May 22, 2014
      by (34 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

      Nourriture assez bonne dans un hôtel très récent juste en face de notre hôtel, le Tukul Village Hotel

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Lal Hotel Lalibela

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Lalibela

      Troisième et dernière journée à Lalibela

      A travel blog entry by mguay on May 22, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      On a eu de la pluie assez forte une bonne partie de la nuit; ce matin, les odeurs de fleurs et d'eucalyptus sont accentuées comme ça arrive chez nous après une bonne pluie.

      Aujourd'hui, c'est la relaxation: marche jusqu'au restaurant Ben Ababa ouvert depuis deux ans seulement et qui offre un point de vue spectaculaire. En arrivant, la …

      The Rocky Road to Recovery

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 21, 2014

      2 photos

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      One thing I found most impressive was the distance between the rock that was un-hewn and the church wall that had been hewn. I feel silly saying hewn but that is the correct word so bare with me. Maybe a stretch of three body lengths or so from memory so 18 ish feet from the unhewn rock to the church had been carved out, multiply this by another 30 feet in an upwards direction and then the 80 foot length I mentioned before and you’ve got a hell of a lot ...

      Right Up My Lali'

      A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 20, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the lads all climbed on the roof of the truck for a moment of unbridled masculinity and to enjoy the rare event of not attracting a crowd. It felt as if we were driving through Mongolia, with little sign of developed life either side of the track and an infinite blue sky above us. I jumped in the back as we drove the last hour mostly uphill, returning the welcoming waves of kids and less world-weary locals out the back window while my body was ...

      Monolithic Churches

      A travel blog entry by outbounders on Apr 12, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the church you are required to walk along a narrow corridor which leads to a grand opening into the magnificent sight. Here Alex and I ran into a mass of tourists, be prepared for fellow travellers snapping shots from every possible angle, but stay long enough so you can catch an uninterrupted shot of the world famous rock-hewn church! The admission to the stone churches is expensive, but like ...

      Churches, Caves, Rocks, Pilgrims plus Minibuses

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... only one there, I no idea what to expect. It turned out to be a real treat. The “Full” breakfast was one egg scrambled on hot chill bean and tomato paste with fresh natural yoghurt and fresh bread. Delicious and freshly ground coffee to match - heaven.


      I plumped for a day off after yesterday’s exertions and wanted to sort out some things on the internet. I got my kit washed, sorted out my flights to Madagascar and was generally organised. ...