The Aryaduta Hotel & Country Club
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Aryaduta Hotel & Country Club Jakarta
My husband has been living here for over a month, and while I have just joined him this week, we still have two weeks left here. His company put him here but we are so glad they did. The hotel has a wonderful, diverse breakfast- Indonesian, American and British. All the restaurants and meals have been wonderful. A huge mall is just a block down the street. It has everything you could want/need, including tons of restaurants. This place has the most beautiful pool area, it is like a private island. Nice gym and wonderful locker room, jacuzzi, steam room. Oh and an hour massage was only like 20 bucks! Wonderful!
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Rick got a job for Garuda Indonesia which is the national airline of Indonesia. We are so excited for this opportunity to live abroad. Ever since I studied abroad in fall of 2007 I wanted to live abroad and this is the perfect opportunity! No kids! No mortgage! His contract is for 2 years. As of now we will be based in Medan, on the island of …
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