Hotel Astoria

Address: 63 boulevard Djily Mbaye, Dakar, Senegal | Inn
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This inn, located on 63 boulevard Djily Mbaye, Dakar, is near La Maison des Esclaves and Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Dakar


    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Dec 08, 2014

    7 comments, 20 photos

    ... was quite horrendous with each stall trying to outdo the next

    There is a grey cloud that hangs over this place, it’s all the pollution, lack of rain and wind to blow it away, (when I came away my chest was really tight and I had a lot of black crud when I blew my nose)

    They have a train station here, but it seems it’s not used any more after it was attacked, god knows when though, but all the carriages are ...

    Fingers crossed my malaria pills are working....

    A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jun 22, 2014

    ... my vision, thank you very much.) We've been instructed to just stay awake for the day, but what good am I if I can't see straight?! Also, I completely just did not buy an outlet converter. If there is one thing anyone takes away from this entry.... BRING AN OUTLET CONVERTER.

    I'm starting to hate the way America runs practical things.... Like how our outlets are different and how we don't use the metric system... and also how we consider it "military time" ...

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    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 19, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... evidence of Muslims and non-Muslims mixing in Dakar.

    Our tour finished with a visit to a local market, one mainly for tourists I feel. We giggled at the site of some friends of our from the ship haggling in a table cloth shop. Sue had all the wares spread around her and a translator by her side. Bill was hovering in the background with a calculator! We left them to their shopping.


    Tabaski in Senegal

    A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Oct 30, 2013

    59 photos

    ... was not mentioned was how intense some of the locals can be. I learned this about 10 minutes after landing in the capital of Dakar.
    I was informed the day before flying out to Senegal that they changed their visa requirements. When I checked into it prior to leaving for the trip in January, all you had to do was show up and you were given a visa at the airport. They changed this policy in July and I was informed of this the night before I ...


    A travel blog entry by beattie99 on Oct 03, 2012

    14 photos

    ... this afternoon, it opened as a slave holding station before they were sent to America. It ran for 4 centuries and over 20million slaves passed through. It is an amazingly beautiful place with a very sad past. I imagine quite spiritual if you can get a moment without a hawker in your face every two feet. Very keen to get going again now, probably one more night in Dakar. Having dinner with Cheikh and his family tonight, more good people just helping ...