How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Abidjan
Food and service were amazing. Great for walking too as it is situated in the Business District, so lots of easy sight-seeing.
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... trip. We finally pulled in to the Ibis Hotel Plateau about 4:00 pm, where I wished Paul a good afternoon and evening and set to work. I sent my letters off to Bernard Hongerloot for proofreading, sorted and processed photos and went over my sermon for tomorrow. Once the proofreading was done, I finalized the member letter and sent it to the mailing list, and caught up on other pending tasks.
I had a snack for dinner and will make it an early night once ...
... given me the keys to La Mé. So there was no real problem, but it was an interesting window into village life.
We said goodbye to the ladies who wanted to know when our next visit would be. Perhaps in the autumn, I told them, and this was acceptable.
Daniel and I had talked about the rest of the day and as we drove out, we decided not to go to Grand Bassam; honestly it’s pretty disappointing, and we had lots of work to do, so we decided ...
... not disturbed. He was only about 12 hours old! I considered it a great blessing to see Elise and her baby and all those around rejoicing over the safe arrival of this new life. Just as we were about to leave, the head nurse released Elise and the baby from care. This allowed us the opportunity to let the little one ride with his mother and aunts in the back seat of the Peugeot 406 from the maternity to his new home. I walked along with Paul in the direction of ...
... like to go to America, and that he would be no trouble. He repeated this several times. We could drop him anywhere even in the coldest of winters and he’d make his way just fine. Spoken like someone who has only ever known the tropics!
Such experiences, which happen often here, show a somewhat touching naiveté: the belief that westerners are capable of and quite possibly willing to, arranging free transportation and residency papers ...
... takes time, though. So Paul and driver didn't show up until about 10:00 AM. I spent the time working in the hotel cafe which has wi-fi access to the Internet. I was delighted to see Paul arrive. He called Mr. Meeker who was in his room at the time, and we all greeted each other warmly. We headed to La Me to encourage the congregation there and to continue some ongoing baptism counseling. Paul brought a family friend along for the visit. So, the three of us squeezed ...