Stipp Hotel

Address: P.O Box 2834, Kigali, Rwanda | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on P.O Box 2834, Kigali, is near Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe National Park, Avenue du Commerce, and Mavuradonha Range.
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    Travel Blogs from Kigali

    In the town

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Dec 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Independence in 1962 the Hutu majority took power and limited the
    opportunities for the Tutsis. A 1972 massacre of Hutus in Burundi
    prompted a military coup in Rwanda. It now can be seen that Major
    General Habyarimana who took power had a decided plan to get rid of
    the Tutsi people. In 1990 5000 soldiers of the Rwandan Patriotic
    Front, all exiled Tutsis invaded Rwanda from Uganda. France, Belgium
    and the DRC ...

    The Taste of Shooting Touch

    A travel blog entry by remy.ndiaye.7 on Nov 22, 2014

    46 photos

    ... The other point was about the preparation of a coach before and after practice such as what practice plans, be on time, how to make your players respect you, and also how to teach the kids fundamentals.Our second major point was the rules in Basketball and basics, which was covered on tuesday in the classroom and also on the court. Wednesday we came up with a game that encouraged the coaches to revise their notes ...

    From Kacyiru to Gikondo

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Nov 14, 2014

    35 photos

    ... we went back to the roundabout in town, veered left, tore through side streets, and worked our way to Gikondo. Every now and then someone would knock on the window or murmur "dsigaro" (I don't think I spelled that correctly, but that is how it sounds) to signal that the bus will leave them there. The number of people that replace those who are leaving always decrease as the bus gets closer to Gikondo.

    No one is exempt or ...

    Mannerisms

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Oct 23, 2014

    1 comment

    ... to Kigali) call for a never-ending stash of lollies. At this point I could probably consume 10 lollies a day and not be tired of them. I think that the flavors of the lollies here are much nicer than at home, so that will be missed. Did I mention I call them lollies now instead of suckers?

    I will not claim to be anywhere near decent at speaking Kinyarwanda, but I have managed to get it in my head as an automatic response for the words that I do know. So, for example, when ...

    The First of Many

    A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the locals and the foreigners staying at the hostel. I'm sure we will be making many stops at Meza Fresh throughout the days we are here! Other than the great food, the hostel is at the top of one of many hills, thus the view is incredible. Remy and I made sure to take a long look as we struggled (more like I struggled, he ran backwards up the hill as I basically crawled) back up the hill on a morning run!

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