Singgasana Hotel Surabaya
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... for 2.. And 3 was not negotiable at all..
In any case we have met also tree local girls which helped us getting the right train tickets and were we left the bags for some time due to the early checkout in the hotel.
The train we took was the one to Yogyakarta from there we want to visit the Prambanan temple complex and the Borobudur temple ...
... mildew removal is often simple or complicated. Looking to reduce costs using Handyman Solutions isn't response. It isn't trained and approved Mold and mildew Remediators. Consistently consult the Indoor Air Top quality Association for a Certified Mold Remediator previous to having a contractor to eliminate the mold and mildew. Ask to find out their qualifications and consult the company from the credentials to find out whether they rely on day on his or her education ...
... I also wanted the blue and the pink but of course not in my size.
Glenn surprises us all by buying a golf club. Oh dear, its very light but in a huge box, I expect we will see it coming on the baggage carousel.
Apparently the original price was $650 and he got it for $120.
So even in expensive shopping centres, I can sniff out a bargain.
Hungry and 6pm, we head to dinner to a Padang place.
In bali we always walk past the little stalls with glass fronts and plates ...
Total deception again with our next hotel (NO SWIMMING POOL), our only demand during this discovery trip was hotel with swimming pool for the children that love it so much after a hot and warm day driving/walking & visiting to jump in the water. Now more than 1 week without swimming pool, for the price we paid and the low fares we see here it is hard to accept this from our tour operator Indonesian Travel. Luckily we are ...
... they want and are told that they waste water. An American wastes 193 liters a day and a European wastes 85 liters a day on average.
At the end of each day’s activity they write a reflection of the experience. At the end of the reflection they think about the lesson they learned and what they can do differently.
We were surprised how impactful it has been for them. They have been extremely engaged and really have gained a ...