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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... try another beach. It was clear that she was enjoying riding on the bike, unlike when we started. So, I suggested a beach that Lonely Planet guide recommended. It was some distance off, and we set off. The first 15 kms was on a finished road, which was maintained in very good condition. At some point, I had to make a right. Finally, at a point where I could see a flat ground made of packed red soil on the right, I stopped to ask for directions. The guy I asked ...
... how great their bus is and making us want to run away. Ninety five percent of the buses looked way past their expiry date and although some of them claimed to have some seats available to Yogya, frankly we didn't want to give any of these people our cash so we left, feeling a bit defeated.
We visited the mighty MONAS monument for sunset as we headed back into the city and admired the huge park that surrounds it. This is a truly massive, sprawling city but somehow, we ...
... There are small numbers of the more dangerous, militant followers and the government is very watchful of these groups.
The area was a Hindu Kingdom, surrounded by a Muslim kingdom. The Hindu leaders invited the Portuguese believing they could protect the area. In 1527, the Muslim kingdom expelled the Portuguese. This was said to be the birth of Jakarta. The Dutch were invited to help expel the Muslim Kingdom and they did. The ...
... Indonesian people and they plan to feature the Indonesian service industry in all of their tourism campaigns.
Their neighbor, Thailand, still has much more tourism and "brand recognition" around the world. She said that on her last survey, there were 3,000 Thai restaurants in the U.S. compared to only 55 Indonesian restaurants. Pangestuthe gathered top chefs in Indonesia together for a summit to identify 30 truly Indonesian ...
... I was upset because this was the first thing I had done after Anna left and I was stuck in the situation alone. I was worried about where to go and what to do and how the school in Cambodia would react when I told them I would be arriving a day late. I was worried about how much this would all cost. Above all I was upset because everyone in the airport walked past and just stared at me like I was a theatre show, no one thought to ask what was wrong or if they could help ...