Lotus Bleu Hotel

Address: Montagne Sainte, Libreville, 3301, Gabon | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Montagne Sainte, Libreville, is near Port de Pêche, Mauritania Sahara, Terjit Oasis, and Arguin Bank National Park.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Libreville

        First leg...

        A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 24, 2014

        ... by the energy and incessant rhythm of the city's real businessmen and businesswomen. It takes lots of human energy to run all the shops and businesses and infrastructure of a city. The implementation is different in Kinshasa, but I enjoy the common thread. When we arrived at the airport, we got out of the taxi with Justin, the driver, and our facilitator. We had a nice team to make our putsch. I saw a sign for "the lost" who might need to find the entrance to ...

        Mpoko to Libreville (FOOL), Gabon

        A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Dec 27, 2013

        8 photos

        ... half a million citizens, about half the total population of Gabon.
        We flew the 727, and made a visual approach and landing to rwy 16. The city is located near the coast itself, and landings permitted only from rwy 16.

        Next stop, Brazzaville!


        A travel blog entry by sydl87 on Aug 06, 2013

        2 comments, 77 photos

        ... had leg of lamb, lamb chops, roasted lamb, barbecued lamb, etc, etc! On top of the mains, there was always an abundance of sides: potatoes, rice, veggies, local cassava, freshly made French fries, salad, salsa, tomato sauce, fried plantains … and the list goes on and on. All of which was followed by fresh fruits, ice cream, and chocolate fondant! Needless to say, I fell in love with Thomas ;) !

        Besides eating, one of the other highlights was spending time ...

        Soweto and Back to Libreville

        A travel blog entry by pmk123 on Nov 21, 2012

        3 photos

        We turned out the lights at nine last night. An attempt to make sure the boy was in fighting shape for the arduous trip home. Of course for me that meant reviewing travel details at 2 am and exchanging email with my normal traveling companion who was home fretting as well. I did manage to get a little more sleep and we had a good breakfast in the room. Matt seems to be on the mend and has a bit of his jump back. He really is a remarkable traveller. Our female ...

        How did a layover become the Midnight Express?

        A travel blog entry by pmk123 on Nov 08, 2012

        5 photos

        Twenty eight hours ago I landed in Libreville, Gabon. In three and one half hours I hope to fly overnight to Johannesburg and on to Polokwane - a day late. I have missed a day of vacation in Polokwane and a chance to decompress after travel and probably a chance to see Stanford Lake College with my son. A mechanical problem on the inbound aircraft created havoc. SAA ground staff seemed surprised by the presence ...