Dreamland Hotel

Lake Bishoftu, Debre Zeyit, Oromiya Region, 1435, Ethiopia | Hotel
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On the Way Back

A travel blog entry by shawndeleu on Aug 11, 2013

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(Sunday, Aug. 11) I took a bus from Bikoji to Asela and then caught one direct to Debre Zeyit. I stayed at the Dreamland Hotel ($40). It is nice except the wi-if is very weak, most times non-existent. The hotel overlooks a lake created from a dormant volcanic crater. I had lunch at the outdoor hotel restaurant high up above the lake and saw an …


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... loved money - which was especially unfortunate, because they were so poor. Once they had money, they did dirty things with it, like getting drunk, chewing a leaf called qat, and hiring prostitutes. They hung out in dark bars attached to cheap hotels, and I paid $2.40 for a room in one of them.
-----In restaurants, I ate "firfir": a spicy red mixture of charred beef, eggs, moist wraps of ingera bread, and yogurt. Ethiopian food was ...

A foreign place

A travel blog entry by spychka


... next leg of my trip. I have a feeling it is going to be completely different than the south! On a final note though, the next time you complain of those high airport taxes you have to pay at so many airports, think of me here in Africa realizing unfortunately too late that there is no toilet paper to be found in this airport! When something is too cheap to be true...it probably is for a reason. You pay for what you ...

Day one and two in Addis

A travel blog entry by kstephens


... for calf muscles. Yowzer! (I will note that, upon reflection 24 hours later, I feel pretty great.) Hus met us (us includes Max and me, as well as another Tuck couple, Andres and Hannah) afterwards and we headed off to lunch as this adorable Italian restaurant in an old villa. Hus tells us that it is quite a common thing here, to place restaurants in restored villas, though from an outsider's perspective, I would note a double advantage: not only does this ...

Our Last Day in Ethiopia

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... health care to cure the leprosy and other diseases for which cures are known, and the only requirement is that appropriate medicine be purchased. Our host explains that the various socioeconomic classes in Harar are a big part of the problem. The wealthier classes feel somewhat "entitled" and are not interested in the concept of philanthropic giving. Therefore, they tend to spend their money on their families and themselves and have the ...

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TravelPod Member ReviewsDreamland Hotel Debre Zeyit

Reviewed by shawndeleu

Dreamland - Quite Good

Reviewed Aug 11, 2013
by (1 review) , Qatar Flag of Qatar

There was hot water. The room was very nice with a nice, clean bed. The WiFi internet was very weak - almost non-existent. Breakfast was quite good. The accompanying restaurant has good food.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Dreamland Hotel Debre Zeyit

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good