- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Palm Hotel Antananarivo
Travel Blogs from Antananarivo
... to my parents and brother was emotional and too short. In Paris we arrived with a half hour delay, followed by a long queue at the check in of Air France. They assured us we would be on time, but after having waited another 15 minutes they decided to delay the flight to Antananarivo ("Tana" for the locals). We still had to go through passport control, take a train to another ...
... do happen! Jon is heading to Durban in South Africa, meeting up with Heidi, and going shark diving, as planned, but I decided that was not for me. So I booked a flight to Cape Town! Yay! I called Lynn and Steve and asked if they wouldn't mind having a house guest for 4 days, awesome! So after landing in Johannesburg from Antananarivo, we headed our separate ways, Jon on a flight to Durban, me to Cape Town. Lets hope I see him again and he doesn't become shark ...
... experience for a group of school students as it has a lot to do with preservation of native environments and the experience of the fauna Madagascar has to offer. I believe that wotif.com is the perfect website to purchase/organise the flights for school groups and depending on how long you want to fly for determines which airline you will be using.
... I stepped outside my comfort zone every single day.
· I laughed more often than I cried.
· I became multilingual (at least conversationally) and developed a more rounded and multicultural view of the world and of the Christian church.
· I traveled around the country, by myself, using my newly learned ...
... to know that I am not the only well versed traveler that was taken aback upon first setting foot on the country. Soon I realized I had to get up early and needed my wits, I bid them adieu and went to sleep.
I woke up several times during the night somewhat stressed out about traveling. It is not usual for me to get anxious about something I love doing. But I had not mentally prepared myself for real Africa.
Eventually I woke up, packed my stuff, and went down stairs. ...