Marble Arch Hotel

Address: Lagos Road, Nairobi, Kenya | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Nairobi Central Business District area of Nairobi, is near Nairobi National Museum, National Archives, River Road, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Nairobi

      Monday finish safari head to the city

      A travel blog entry by josharman on Sep 01, 2014

      ... the problem and very quick smart 2 young men appeared at my door. I did have to quickly re dress as didn't want to offend them. So the "handyman" played around with a few things and came and went again and finally got it to run. But in doing that flooded the bathroom so the other man took off and came back with a mop. I didn't care if the floor was went I just wanted a shower please. So off they went eventually after telling me all would be fine and checking my Internet while in ...

      White Maasai Can't Jump

      A travel blog entry by teacherintl on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... right out in the Maasai Mara. WiFi only happens during certain hours and only if you pay per device. They have electricity blackouts for a large part of the day and night to conserve so the lights and everything else are out. We are getting used to using our flashlight and very glad that we read the recommended packing list online.

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      Heartbroken but Joyous

      A travel blog entry by brittbmw3 on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... much of the government is corrupt. Being a minority is a whole new experience that has truly opened my eyes. I feel like I can relate to the diverse people back home. Walking down the streets it is becoming the norm to get stares. As we drive through the streets people do double takes and even point. Some children at one of the clinics even cried, most likely because they have not seen many white people. Being conservative is so important as we go out places. ...

      Goodbyes

      A travel blog entry by pollock.franki on May 16, 2014

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      ... carried their chairs over from the classrooms to sit down, the MPH students each said their own little thank you to the kids and staff and told them about the donations.

      While we waited for lunch, we all took pictures with the kids and teachers. The kids wanted pictures with everyone, even the AHS students who had only ever been there one other time. It made me feel good though. A group of girls or guys would just come up and ask if they can take ...

      Lions, Elephants, and Hippos...Oh my!

      A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 11, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... steel and soccer jerseys galore) to that of the people that still follow the traditional Maasai lifestyle. For those of you who don’t know (I didn’t before I came here), the Maasai are one of the most well-known tribes in Kenya. They insist on continuing their traditional lifestyle and are known for their large cattle herds, being fierce warriors, and having an intense pride in their culture. Today, they make up about five percent of Kenya’s total population, which ...