Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... to Bandung but it was so packed. So we decided not to go in the end. Headed for lunch at about 12 at kampong Daun, it's a really nice place and each family is assigned to a "kampong" each. But, it's quite pricey. We spent 400,000+ there. After lunch, we headed to pasar baru. It's a place for Muslims to shop. So yup spent around 2 hrs there. After which we headed back to the hotel because it was raining heavily and it was alr 5+pm Total amt spent= ...
... was not that great. The wait was really long. Won't really recommend this place. 192,500 Dessert at Suga Rush Cafe The Churros were really bad though. The chocolate dip wasn't that bad but the churros are. They're too oily for my liking. The drinks were really nice. Perfect place to just chill and have some coffee. 115,000 rupiah Total amount spent on food = 527,500 The ...
... through lower down. Dara sensibly took the day off the bike on this day to act as official photographer and got some great shots of riders and scenery.
The hotel that night was a wonderful little oasis and had a great open air restaurant set around a huge fish pond. It seemed to be really popular with local well-heeled families for Friday lunch, and our evening meal was great with a huge variety of meat, fish and vegetable dishes. The food in Java has definitely been ...
... holes in the ground and bubbling hot mud (into which someone recently fell - he was only just discharged from hospital). At this point I was hoping the Wiki description was the correct one...though we later heard that as recently as last year, there was 'activity' detected and the government had almost evacuated the area. Gulp! But for now, the bubbling mud was as active as it got and I prayed it stayed that way. While Shobs, Salju and Sumarna wandered off down a ...
... Ciwalk, which really isn't worth going to by taxi, but by angkot we can now access the shops on Jl. Cihampelas (Jean Street) and I can jet over there easily and buy the tickets for the movies. We have also found a way to get to Paris Van Java (PVJ) by angkot, which is a little more tedious because of the one-way streets that forces us to take multiple angkots, but again it's easier getting there by angkot and getting a taxi home then a taxi both ways.
Lately I've ...