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TravelPod Member ReviewsYeha Hotel Aksum
I stayped here for one night. The reason I have choosen this hotel, because of its location, overlook the Stelae Park and St. Mary of Zion.
The view is over-rated. I could not see anything because trees blocked the view.
Staff are not friendly.
Rooms are old and run down with broken funitures, saggy mattress, broken bathroom fixtures.
To make it worse, rooms here are over priced.
I guess, they don't care to please anyone at all!!!
If there is a ZERO, I would give them that.
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... the bus the next day to Gonder (on which they wrote my name as "forengie").
He also walked around with me while I looked for a hotel room, which was more of a hindrance than help because we couldn't understand each other very well and were both confused by what the other was talking about.
Thankfully I found one right near the bus station- cheap, ...
... needed to go with him.
When I got in the bus I saw my backpack sprawled across the front seat.
I settled in beside an elderly lady and an elderly man- the worst combination.
Old people seem great for the bus- they don't speak a lot of English so at least you don't have to have 9 hours of awkward conversation with them, and they're small, but that's misleading.
They're old and they've earned all the space they want to ...
... once a thriving biblical kingdom, but what remains unearthed is merely 5%. The potential discoveries remains endless and an archaeologists dream.
Unfortunately our exploration was cut short, I suffered my first episode of doxycyline side effects. Defeated by the sun and the severe exaggerated burning, Alex and I left the famous city after experiencing three of its top sights; the obelisks, St. Mary's Church of Zion, and Sheba's Palace.
... stored in the Chapel of St. Mary of Zion church where it remains today. Only the high priest of St Mary's is allowed to enter the room where the ark is stored.
When the ruler of Ethiopia and his subjects converted to Christianity in the fourth century CE all Ethiopian churches were constructed with a "holy of holies" area (as in the Jewish tradition)on the east side that contains ...
... he would tell it to me like it was). The size of the obelisks that were made from a single stone were impressive in their size and carvings. The tombs were also mind-blowing. And the fact that they hadn't excavated 90% of the site due to lack of funding didn't make sense, considering its ...