Sumahan on the Water
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"Café sous les arbres"
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... hard boiled eggs, cold cuts, cheese, yogurt, bread, tea and coffee. Then we headed up a hill and within about a quarter mile we were in the hippodrome square. The square was filled with tour group, people selling tours and travel guides and carts filled with either baked goods that resembled bagels or grilling ears of corn and hazelnuts. Along the edges of the square were places to eat and shop and right in the center was a giant obelisk and ...