Rayfield Hotels Abuja

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

Still en route

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Mar 19, 2014

2 photos

... we had not got that far and so once
again we parked up off the road. Within 10 minutes we had 4 police
pointing their guns at us and calling for us to come out with our
hands up. Mike did so carrying the passports and explained we were
tourists, at which the youngest one said “Oh you are terrorists”.
Luckily the senior officers corrected him. It all turned out quite
friendly and ...

West to Abuja, Nigeria

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


The trip from the border to Abuja took 4 days. The border crossing took a half day by itself. A very remote crossing that didn't even look like a border crossing although I must say the *****ian officials checked everything, even our bags ( that was until they got tired of it). Also, for the first time on my travels, my yellow fever cert. And they wanted to know why i didn't have a cholera vaccination!!!! But we all made it across.

Visa hunting and cinema...

A travel blog entry by frusc101 on Feb 02, 2011

2 comments, 4 photos

... to the old capital of Lagos in the South for example), there is very little to do as a tourist and so this could prove to feel like a long stay for us all...

The city itself is a relatively modern development, having been established within the last c.40 years, when the capital was moved from Lagos in the predominantly Catholic area in the south to a more neutral venue. One of the things you do notice when traveling from North to South is the divide in religious ...

"The Buckingham Palace of Nigeria"

A travel blog entry by selali on Apr 28, 2010


... even had time to see our rooms, we were ushered into the Happy Hall to mee our *****ian counterparts. It need not be said that we looked and felt rough, but they had adorned the hall with welcome posters and balloons so one couldn't help but cheer up. They seemed a nice lot too, and introductions over it was up to the suite (where I still had a wee bit of time for some flute practice) and then bed.

Up by 10 though! We had some learning to do. In actual fact, we've spent ...

We're in Africa!!!

A travel blog entry by africanreflect on Feb 04, 2010

6 photos

... are none! You drive aggressively and honk your horn and try to miss being hit by all the weaving and cutting in traffic, while constantly watching out for the motorcycles and pedestrians along the sides—not to mention the occasional car going the WRONG way! Two lanes become three and people just worm into spaces far too small for any “proper stopping distance”!

But I’m getting ahead of myself—first, for the ...

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