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mercure is located in the center of the city surabaya the room separate bathroom and living room there are facilities like gim and massage pool ,free wife in loby coffe shop 24 hours full room service and international standart service and rate average standart cost
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... and Bali), its a 3 hour flight and we are row 1.
I am so looking forward to our little Georgetown hotel too....it's a converted shop house.
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Our hotel has a pool with afternoon tea served each afternoon.......I think that will do just fine.
Farewell Dee and Mark, thank you so much, see you in Perth in July xxx
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