Jw Marriott Hotel Surabaya
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... all gave positive feedback. Furthermore the price is extremely reasonable, with good service from the staff and it's only 5mins walk from the main airport terminal. At lunch time, it's packed with people and even the locals eat there! Highly recommended! I will give it a 5 star rating! Will visit if I ever visit Surabaya again! Fantastic way to end our adventure.
... of how difficult it was trying to get a pet/house sitter. So we just enjoy friends fur babies and enjoy these 3 characters, we have done.
We each shower and zip up our bags and head to a beautiful old hotel, called Majapahit for Dim Sum.
This hotel was built in 1910 and is owned by the family that built the Raffles in Singapore.
It is glorious and they make all of our food fresh. We are the only ones dining there.
We have so many dishes and ...
... not exist according to the locals at the bus station. Alighted the ferry as foot passengers and then got a bus on the mainland to Surabaya. From there, A negotiated a car and driver to take us to Gunung (Mount) Bromo as we’d decided we needed to a) get off Madura and b) maximise our weekend in East Java to make it worthwhile. Bromo was a highlight in the guidebook and although pretty far away we decided to go for it before our flight tomorrow evening. We ...
... types where the people wash the machines that they use to plough the rice fields at the end of the day just like they used to wash the buffalo used for the same purpose.
I began to get a sense of the fact that Java is the most densely populated place on earth as I followed this costal road. The traffic got thicker and there are people everywhere. About an hour before dark I approached Probolinggo so decided to pull up. Found an almost brand new ...
... illness or death from dirty water. Students then experienced a gallery walk in which they viewed pictures of various drinking water problems throughout the world: drought, contamination, pollution, and flooding. These images sparked students into action.
Through investigation and inquiry, they heard about a Frenchman named André who traveled to Indonesia as a tourist. So entranced by the ...