Ministry Of Coffee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... way around. Someone would see our clearly confused faces as we tried to find our way, and every single time this happened, we were guided in the right direction.
Our first delightful local, informed us that the Market at this time (11 am) only had fruits and vegetables on display, nothing 'cool' to see, as he put it. So instead he told a Bajaj--Tuk-tuk driver-- to take us to a local Batik* Gallery near by. We spent the better part of two hours here. Watching ...
... wouldn't have been out of place supporting the Roses or Charlatans in the 90's. We stopped to offer them applause through a murky window and next time we saw them they were gigging at our local club (and stopped to thank us for our appreciation). They were very very good and a strange find 8000 miles away from the NME. And 8000 miles away from the NME is the best place to be.
From indie bands to pavements. Well Pavement were a decent indie band so there's ...
... It's also much more budget friendly as the vegetarian meals costs on average 30% less than the meat based ones. AirAsia- you will need a decent amount of patience to deal with. Customer service is fairly friendly but their website developers haven't discovered that world went mobile years ago- as an effect- some things can be done only on PC as the mobile version (or even full website displayed on mobile device) won't allow you for example to use a credit you have for a ...
... princesses taking a bath.
We went there by becak, a three wheels rickshaw. These rickshaws belong to the hotel and they had motor so the men didn't have to push the pedals to bring us to Tamansari.
Before we went back to hotel to pick our baggage, we ate lunch at gudeg Yu Jum, another famous traditional dish.I said to our Japanese friends that this dish was sweet and maybe a little bit hot. But they enjoyed eating it.
... proximity to Borobudur, the largest Buddhist temple complex on earth.
Up early to get to Borobudur for its 6am opening, we were on the road by 5am, which sounds awful, but because it was so early, it was great riding around the town when the roads were empty and, armed with the downloaded city map on our iPhone (how did people survive before the iPhone!?!), we were there in no time. Borobudur is formed of nine platforms, of which the lower six are ...