Ibis Semarang Simpang Lima
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We found this hotel to be very basic, just good for overnight sleepovers and business people who hardly spend time in the room. There were certain issues we faced like room service not provided just because we did not pay a deposit (although the room was fully paid for before check in) and they had not even asked for this deposit when we checked in, very limited parking space and cramped foyer, out of beers etc. Otherwise, I would prefer Novotel any time. Just though of trying this for a change, but regretted.
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Semarang is a port city on the Island of Java, Indonesia. Java is one of the most densley populated places on the globe and the home of 60 percent of the Indonesian population.
Formed mostly as the result of volcanic eruptions, Java is the 13th largest island in the world and the fifth largest island in Indonesia. A chain of volcanic mountains forms an east-west spine along the island. While the majority of the people of Java are Muslim, Java has a ...
... too, for a change. Cost, of course was very low as food in Indonesia is very cheap.
With our lunch done, we head back to the car to our next destination outside of Semarang heading Eastwards towards the border of Central Java and East Java for a visit to a great historical temple....the journey should be about two hours and twenty minutes.
... the wrong answer, they got 5-minute penalty. It was funny that sometimes even they don't know where we suppose to go, so we just wait for the next team and follow them....SHH,
my team is very passionate about this activity, and they got the besst team at the end. I am so proud of them.
Weather in Indonesia is unpredictable, supper hot and sunny in the morning, and ...
... great selection of nostalgic ice cream dishes such as cassata and affogato. I had their poffertjes with three scoops of ice cream. Love the ice cream, not so much for the poffertjes. It was too eggy for me, basically. It is still a great stop if you love historic building (it is opened since the '30s, I believe). It has a beautiful grand piano on the corner
and they also sell Dutch influenced cookies such as nastar (pineapple tarts) and kaastengels (cheese ...