Marriott Executive Apartments - The Mayflower Jakarta
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Indoor pool
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... known as Batavia at the time), has little of interest. Its colonial-era buildings are relatively few and largely dilapidated, other than those housing museums. The guide book mentions that this situation is improving, but it has some ways to go.
On a trip filled with many highlights, I wanted to end it with a bang. Literally. So I headed to Krakatoa, the most famous volcano of them all!
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... taking us the wrong way through the rice terraces, and me nearly getting emotional thinking I was Cheryl Cole climbing kilimanjaro, we had an amazing time and most importantly survived it :) I've missed out many mishaps and funny situations where we've been stranded with no money, but that's concludes our time in The Philippines.. and we left on a high. As we were sat in the airport waiting to board our flight, we were already discussing and planning when we could return to this wonderful ...
... should visit the well-known Ancol Beach which is an excellent place to relax and unwind, perhaps in one of the local cafes. Another well-reputed leisure destination is the Dufan amusement park which offers exciting rides and other attractions. With so much to see and experience the visitor will be spoilt for choice in Jakarta.
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... speaker to say the flight would be delayed because of a signalling problem .. Bloody typical just my luck !!!!!! Of course the flight arrived in Kuala Lumpur airport half an hour late and it took loads longer than usual for the baggage to arrive, which had me running through the airport like a mad woman trying to find the check in desk for my next flight from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap, which is a different flight but with the same airline. I was then told the check in had closed ...
... domestic and all of the announcements were in Indonesian. We were told earlier when we asked for info that there was an error on the displays telling us our flight info so we were completely on our own to figure out when we were boarding. The flight was late so we ended up boarding about 30 minutes late. Once in the air we had to fly through some pretty hefty storm clouds and we had the worst turbulence I've ever experienced. The rain was flying past ...