Galeri Ciumbuleuit Hotel & Apartment
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... to find something open at 9.45pm on a Sunday. Fortunately a little restaurant (perhaps more of a food court) with plenty on offer was open. We both had Japanese food which was lovely and fruit shakes that were...interesting. It seems the "healthy orange" shake means a mixture of vegetables leaving it an orange colour, rather than the orange flavoured shake I was hoping for! After tea we headed back and spoke to our families before retiring for the night - ...
... fairly ****** off. And we have free time for 2 hours so me and Vanessa go for a massage I fall asleep the facial was heaven..
Later we all meet and dine together, and then a few of us decide to go out explore we find a nice place across the road playing music selling only strong coffee. This was a good evening spent with locals.
Oh on the way home I fall into wet ...
... having to wait while someone from the hotel runs out to a local shop, before being presented with a dusty, room temperature bottle. For the first time in over three weeks there was a choice of carbohydrate other than rice at dinner - mashed potatoes - and the piece de resistance being breakfast the following morning that even included baked beans.
On Wednesday morning we turned and briefly left the coast behind us, with a long-but-gentle climb from sea-level up to ...
... brother, and I remember that the energy and the atmosphere made me feel like the biggest TFC fan ever. It was much the same here, but in a different way. Three sections were for the supporters. On our far right was a group that had posted paper onto the seats in bright colours saying that PERSIB were 2014 Champions, and they had coordinated movements where they moved side to side or up and down, with drums beating and flags waving. On our far left was another group that ...
... Jalan Asia Afrika, one of the oldest roads in the city dating back to the Dutch colony. We even got to see the oldest bridge, where the waterways were introduced by the Dutch. Sean was a great tourguide and told us nifty history tidbits about the names for certain things. One of the most important roads was named for the white rhinos that were decimated when the jungle was cut away for land developments. According to Sean, the 'Ci' that's part of many of the names for ...