Rayfield Hotels Abuja

Address: 14, Julius Nyerere Street, Abuja, Nigeria | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 14, Julius Nyerere Street, Abuja, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Abuja

Still en route

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Mar 19, 2014

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... expect them within 50 metres of a real checkpoint. We are now
both starting to feel the strain of driving on these roads, as a
whole they are the worst in West Africa so far. We have managed to
reach Abuja today, 5 days to do a normal 2 day trip of 600 kms. Here
we are getting Kirsty worked on and applying for the Cameroun Visa.
Well we got to Mercedes and are stopping in their car park for the
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West to Abuja, Nigeria

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jan 20, 2012

8 comments

... pool - 15 dollars!!!!!!) Does that really allow me to say we are staying at the Sheraton?
Had a good meal there the night we arrived, and will have another before we leave - LAMB CHOPS.
The Sheraton has guards everywhere, and BIG dogs that look mean. They are taking security seriously. They all call me Papa. Do i look that old? But its really a term of endearment so happy. And this is happening everywhere i go ( goodbye Jack)
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Visa hunting and cinema...

A travel blog entry by frusc101 on Feb 02, 2011

2 comments, 4 photos

... br> headed for a walk and found a local woman frying up some food - which turned out to be fried Yams and potato with a lovely tomato chili sauce. The food really was tasty as we perched on a bench chatting to a local man about the local football team amongst other things, and the food only cost 50 Niara total (about 25p) - to put it in perspective a sausage roll in the hotel bakery is
600N...

Other than this, myself and Lee being football fans, decided it would be rude ...

"The Buckingham Palace of Nigeria"

A travel blog entry by selali on Apr 28, 2010

9 comments

... the barmen were profiting from her whiteness, so I went up to test the theory with my batik shirt and the strongest Ghanaien accent I could elocute. Turns out she was right: 200N, baby.

Anywho, I'm off to bed. We've got a 9 hour bus ride to Ilorin tomorrow where we'll meet our host homes and families.; in a group with two other *****ians and we're staying an a "very big house" with a retired, lenient Muslim family. Literally sounds like the perfect scenario. To top it ...

Strange, to say the least

A travel blog entry by lenahoff on Jan 28, 2010

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This country was insane. With the population being the highest in all of Africa, it is the utterly definition of chaos. Our first day of driving was endless with police stops every 10 km, most of which was just locals trying to make a buck off of the tourists. Every time we were stopped they had the same speal "Did you know right hand drive vehicles are illegal in *****ia?" “Your front license plate is not the ...

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