Archive for July, 2010

Iowa’s Lake Delhi Dam Break

Posted in NEWS on July 28, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

Reuters – Waters burst through the broken Lake Delhi dam in Northeastern Iowa, in this handout photograph taken …

By MICHAEL J. CRUMB, Associated Press Writer Michael J. Crumb, Associated Press Writer – Mon Jul 26, 5:33 pm ET

DES MOINES, Iowa – Acres of mud strewn with dead fish greeted hundreds of eastern Iowa residents Monday after a weekend dam break left their lakefront properties overlooking little more than a small stream.

The Lake Delhi dam in Delaware County gave way under the rapidly rising Maquoketa River on Saturday, decimating the nine-mile-long lake and adjacent property values.

“The water’s gone, dead fish are laying there on the bottom — it’s a pretty nasty looking scene,” said Irv Janey of Marion, who owns a condominium on Lake Delhi. “It was a beautiful recreation area and to see it drained, it just makes you sick.”

Heavy rains last week forced the river to unprecedented levels, causing earthen portions of the dam to collapse and sending a torrent of water rushing downstream. The concrete section of the dam remained intact, but the swollen river damaged about half the 1,000 homes and cabins above it. The lake quickly emptied.

“We have over $100 million in homes on the lake and none of them are worth what they were when they had water in front of them,” said Jim Willey, director of the Lake Delhi Recreation Association. “You have a home with a lake or a home with a mud flat.

“What might have been a $500,000 house is probably worth only a quarter of what it once was.”

Property owners clearly hope the lake will be restored. But it is up to the association to decide whether to rebuild the dam, built in 1927 to produce hydroelectricity. The lake is now used solely for recreation and the association members pay dues to maintain it.

Board members were meeting with local, state and federal officials Monday, Willey said. He said the group is committed to recovering the lake, but acknowledged funding could be a major obstacle and any plan would be on hold until officials know whether a federal disaster declaration will be granted.

Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director David Miller said the Lake Delhi dam likely will be eligible for federal assistance because it received aid after major flooding in 2008. If approved, the Federal Emergency Management Agency would pay 75 percent of dam’s costs. The state would pay 10 percent and local government would have to pay the 15 percent balance, Miller said.

Miller said any publicly funded efforts would receive close scrutiny.

“When we do repair projects, they are often subject to environmental reviews and maybe a historic review and maybe other regulatory reviews depending on where they get their funding,” he said.

Work to refurbish the dam, damaged by flooding in 2008, actually was under way when it collapsed, Willey said.

“More water came down than ever had been planned before,” he said. “Things were different when it was built, the watersheds were different, field drainage was different, we’re working with a situation that the designers of the dam couldn’t have foreseen.”

Downstream in Monticello, the water from the Maquoketa River was receding Monday. About 50 homes and 20 businesses took on water over the weekend after the dam collapsed.

Water remained in some flooded areas but had fallen dramatically from reaching the eaves of at least one business Saturday, said Brenda Leonard, the Jones County emergency management coordinator.

Leonard said the county relies on the Lake Delhi dam for river level measurements and were isolated after the dam broke. There are no river gauges between Manchester to the north and Maquoketa to the south, she said.

“We had no idea what was coming,” she said. The state patrol had to fly over the area to alert officials what was headed their way, she added.

Back at the now-barren lake, residents were left with little to do but wait.

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Hachiko The Faithful Dog

Posted in Relaxing Corner on July 28, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

Hachikō

Hachikō

Species

Dog

Breed

Akita Inu

Sex Male

Born November 10, 1923

near the city of Ōdate, Akita Prefecture

Died March 8, 1935 (aged 11)

Shibuya, Tokyo

Resting place National Science Museum of Japan in Ueno, Tokyo.

Nation from Japan

Owner Hidesaburō Ueno

Appearance

golden brown with cream color on upper face

Hachikō (ハチ公?, November 10, 1923–March 8, 1935), known in Japanese as chūken Hachikō (忠犬ハチ公?, “faithful dog Hachikō” (‘hachi’ meaning ‘eight’, a number referring to the dog’s birth order in the litter, and ‘kō,’ meaning prince or duke)). Hachikō was an Akita dog born on a farm near the city of Ōdate, Akita Prefecture,[1] remembered for his loyalty to his owner, even many years after his owner’s death.

In 1924, Hidesaburō Ueno, a professor in the agriculture department at the University of Tokyo took in Hachikō as a pet. During his owner’s life Hachikō saw him out from the front door and greeted him at the end of the day at the nearby Shibuya Station. The pair continued their daily routine until May 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return on the usual train one evening. The professor had suffered from a cerebral hemorrhage at the university that day. He died and never returned to the train station where his friend was waiting. Hachikō was loyal and every day for the next nine years he waited sitting there amongst the town’s folk.

Hachikō was given away after his master’s death, but he routinely escaped, showing up again and again at his old home. Eventually, Hachikō apparently realized that Professor Ueno no longer lived at the house. So he went to look for his master at the train station where he had accompanied him so many times before. Each day, Hachikō waited for Professor Ueno to return. And each day he did not see his friend among the commuters at the station.

The permanent fixture at the train station that was Hachikō attracted the attention of other commuters. Many of the people who frequented the Shibuya train station had seen Hachikō and Professor Ueno together each day. They brought Hachikō treats and food to nourish him during his wait.

This continued for nine years with Hachikō appearing precisely when the train was due at the station.[2]

That same year, another of Ueno’s faithful students (who had become something of an expert on the Akita breed) saw the dog at the station and followed him to the Kobayashi home (the home of the former gardener of Professor Ueno — Kikuzaboro Kobayashi[3]) where he learned the history of Hachikō’s life. Shortly after this meeting, the former student published a documented census of Akitas in Japan. His research found only 30 purebred Akitas remaining, including Hachikō from Shibuya Station.

Professor Ueno’s former student returned frequently to visit the dog and over the years published several articles about Hachikō’s remarkable loyalty. In 1932 one of these articles, published in Tokyo’s largest newspaper, threw the dog into the national spotlight. Hachikō became a national sensation. His faithfulness to his master’s memory impressed the people of Japan as a spirit of family loyalty all should strive to achieve. Teachers and parents used Hachikō’s vigil as an example for children to follow. A well-known Japanese artist rendered a sculpture of the dog, and throughout the country a new awareness of the Akita breed grew.

Eventually, Hachiko’s legendary faithfulness became a national symbol of loyalty.

Hachikō died on March 8, 1935. He was found on a street in Shibuya.[4] His heart was infected with filarial worms and 3-4 yakitori sticks were found in his stomach.[5] His stuffed and mounted remains are kept at the National Science Museum of Japan in Ueno, Tokyo.[6]

In April 1934, a bronze statue in his likeness was erected at Shibuya Station ( 35°39′32.6″N 139°42′2.1″E35.659056°N 139.700583°E), and Hachikō himself was present at its unveiling. The statue was recycled for the war effort during World War II. In 1948 The Society for Recreating the Hachikō Statue commissioned Takeshi Ando, son of the original artist who had since died, to make a second statue. The new statue, which was erected in August 1948, still stands and is an extremely popular meeting spot. The station entrance near this statue is named “Hachikō-guchi”, meaning “The Hachikō Exit”, and is one of Shibuya Station’s five exits.

The Japan Times played a practical joke on readers by reporting that the bronze statue was stolen a little before 2AM on April 1, 2007, by “suspected metal thieves”. The false story told a very detailed account of an elaborate theft by men wearing khaki workers’ uniforms who secured the area with orange safety cones and obscured the theft with blue vinyl tarps. The “crime” was allegedly recorded on security cameras.

A similar statue stands in Hachikō’s hometown, in front of Ōdate Station. In 2004, a new statue of Hachikō was erected on the original stone pedestal from Shibuya in front of the Akita Dog Museum in Odate.

Each year on April 8, Hachikō’s devotion is honored with a solemn ceremony of remembrance at Tokyo’s Shibuya railroad station. Hundreds of dog lovers often turn out to honor his memory and loyalty.[7][8]

Hachikō exhibited at the National Science Museum of Japan in Ueno.

Hachikō was the subject of the 1987 movie Hachikō-Monogatari (ハチ公物語, literally “Hachiko’s Tale”?),[9] which told the story of his life from his birth up until his death and imagined spiritual reunion with his master. Considered a blockbuster success, the film was the last big hit for Japanese film studio Shochiku Kinema Kenkyû-jo.[10][11]

Main article: Hachiko: A Dog’s Story

Hachi: A Dog’s Story,[12] released in August 2009, is an American movie starring actor Richard Gere, directed by Lasse Hallström, about Hachikō and his relationship with the professor. The movie was filmed in Rhode Island, and also featured Joan Allen and Jason Alexander.

[edit] Books

Hachikō is also the subject of a 2004 children’s book named Hachikō: The True Story of a Loyal Dog, written by Pamela S. Turner and illustrated by Yan Nascimbene. Another children’s book, a short novel for readers of all ages called Hachiko Waits, written by Lesléa Newman and illustrated by Machiyo Kodaira, was published by Henry Holt & Co. in 2004. Hachiko Waits was released in paperback by Square Fish (an imprint of MacMillan) in 2009.

Hachikō is featured prominently in the 2008 novel The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski.[13] The novel revolves around the extraordinary relationship between the title character, his family and the dogs they raise.

[edit] Radio

In 1994, the Culture Broadcasting Network (CBN) in Japan was able to lift a recording of Hachikō barking from an old record that had been broken into several pieces. A huge advertising campaign ensued and on Saturday, May 28, 1994, 59 years after his death, millions of radio listeners tuned in to hear Hachikō bark.[14] This event was testimony to Hachikō’s continuing popularity.

[edit] Television

In the Futurama episode, “Jurassic Bark”, Fry finds the fossilized remains of his dog, Seymour. Given the chance to clone him, Fry takes it, but stops the cloning process mid-way through, believing that Seymour would have forgotten about Fry after he was frozen. It is revealed at the end of the episode that Seymour waited for Fry to return from his delivery for 12 years until his death.

Burj Al Arab Hotel – world’s most luxurious and only 7-star hotel

Posted in Relaxing Corner on July 25, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

Burj Al Arab Hotel – world’s most luxurious and only 7-star hotel

Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai, which was opened in 1999, is unofficially billed as a 7-star hotel and is the world’s most luxurious and tallest hotel.

Designed to resemble a billowing sail, the hotel soars to a height of 321 metres, dominating the Dubai coastline. The hotel’s own website describes it as the best in the world. With your chauffeur driven Rolls Royce, discreet in-suite check in, private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of highly trained butlers who provide around-the-clock attention, this hotel promises the finest the world has to offer.

Here are a selection of pictures to give you a taste of what you can look forward to as a guest.

Al Falak Ballroom :

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Burj Al Arab – one of the world’s most luxurious hotels – aside from all the mystique and wealth it’s known for, also has the highest tennis court in the world. Its space, located at 210 metres of altitude can also become a heliport for emergency landings or guest traffic.

Pelabuhan Ratu Beach

Posted in Tour West Java on July 25, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

PELABUHAN RATU BEACH

Pelabuhan Ratu is a lovely holiday resort, visited by holidaymakers from Jakarta and Bandung. The site is only three-hour drive from either city through cool mountain villages with picturesque sceneries. Pelabuhan Ratu – Cisolok is a 15 km stretch of breathtaking beauty with hills, mountains and very wide sandy beaches everywhere around, set against the deep blue Indian Ocean. Right next to stretches of white beaches, visitors will find thick tropical forests on rolling hills. Taking walks uphill enables the visitor to look down on the horseshoe shape of the bay’s coastline, whereas at night hundreds of fishermen’s boat-lamps are seemingly competing with the star-studded sky above, which is both enchanting and romantic. There is one four-star hotel, Samudera Beach, about 6 km from Pelabuhan Ratu, but several other smaller hotel and cottages are available at moderate rates.

At this virgin stage, this area represents unspoiled beauty in a typically tropical setting with hospitable inhabitants. Because of its proximity to Jakarta, more tourists visit this area from the capital than those from Bandung. Moreover, the highways to and from Pelabuhan Ratu have recently been greatly improved to assure the visitor of a smooth ride to enjoy the sceneries that pass even well. Good for taste, swimming, sun bathing and surfing.

Mount Papandayan Trekking

Posted in Tour West Java on July 25, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

MOUNT PAPANDAYAN TREKKING


MOUNT PAPANDAYAN

A visit to Mt. Papandayan is one of the most spectacular outings to an active volcano you can make. Golden sulphur crystals, hissing steam, boiling mud and water, blue and black creeks, all set in a largecrater with a commanding view over the Garut Plain make this outing an unforget- table experience.

You can easily combine a visit to Mt. Papandayan with a weekend in or near Garut. Also, you can make it a one-day outing from Bandung, in which case you need a good seven to eight hours for the round trip. From Cipanas, expect a round trip to the Mt. Papandayan crater to take three to four hours.

MOUNT PAPANDAYAN NATIONAL PARK : Mount Papandayan is a complex stratovolcano, located in West Java, Indonesia. At the summit, there are four large craters, and it contains active fumarole fields. The 1772 eruption has truncated the volcano into a broad shape with two peaks and a flat 1.1 km wide of Alun-Alun crater in the middle. It looks like a twin volcano. One of the peaks is called Papandayan and the other is Mount Puntang.

This interesting place lies in the border of the Bandung and Garut regencies, about seventy kilometers south of Bandung and about 19,25 km from Garut. It is one if the most spectacular volcanoes in this province and the top of the mountain are easily reaches, because there are special road leading to the crater. Mount Papandayans crater is probably one of the most spectacular mountain scenes on Java Island.There is a Cangkuang temple situated by Cangkuang Lake, which was a major discovery of archaeological value as it was the first of its kind found in West Java, dating back to the 8th century. This volcano is situated 17 km from Garut or 50 km from Bandung.

Access to the mountain is easy with any vehicle. Public buses take you only to within 9 km of the crater, so you either have to walk the rest of the way or take an ojek (private motorbike with driver).

Though you can drive directly to the rim of the crater, keep in mind that your safety is not guaranteed—hot steam and boiling water and mud can scald you badly, and many of the sharp-edged rocks are rather loose. Do be careful.

There are two routes to Mt. Papandayan: one from the Garut area in the east and the other from the west via Pengalengan. Note that the two routes do not connect—not even a jeep can drive the 1 km across the crater.

Tangkuban Perahu Mountain

Posted in Tour West Java on July 25, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

Gunung Tangkubanperahu Mountain Geo Information
Name: Gunung Tangkubanperahu Mountain
Country: Indonesia
Province: West Java
Latitude: -6.7622222
Longitude: 107.6052778
Elevation: 2064 meters
Elevation: 6771 feet
Mount Rank
25461. in 106.826 mounts

Tangkuban Perahu Legend

Gunung Tangkuban Perahu (Tangkuban Perahu mountain) is located about 30 km north of Bandung. This mountain became one of Indonesian tourist destinations attractive places in West Java. The environment of Tangkuban Perahu mountain Bandung is cool, and hot springs in the legs of the mountain.

Tangkuban Perahu Legend (Legenda Tangkuban Perahu) in West Java is well known, also referred to as the origin of the major tourist attractions of Bandung or fairy Sangkuriang Talaga.

Sangkuriang is a legend that originated from the Tatar Sunda. The legend tells about the creation of a lake of Bandung, Tangkuban Perahu mountain, Mount Hill Mount Burangrang and stumps.

From these legends, we can determine how long people live in the highlands of Sunda Bandung. From the legend which is supported by the facts of geology, it is estimated that the Sundanese people have been living in the plains since thousands of years before Christ.

Sangkuriang originally an oral tradition. Referral written about this legend exist in manuscript Pujangga Manik which written on palm fronds arising from the late 15th century or early 16th century. In that manuscript were written that Prince Jaya Pakuan aka Prince Bujangga Manik or Ameng Layaran visit the holy sites of Hinduism in Java and Bali islands in the late 15th century.

After a long journey, Manik Bujangga arrived in what is now known as Bandung city. He became an eyewitness who first wrote down the name of this

place and its legends.

List Of Hotel in Bali

Posted in List of Hotel on July 25, 2010 by Yappy Kawitarka

Casa Ganesha Hotel US $ 45.00
Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Legian Village Hotel Bali Kuta

Legian Village Hotel, One cheap hotels in Kuta Comfortable and international standard and has complete facilities.

If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Kuta , It never hurts to book a room at Legian Village hotel. The hotel is very comfortable and well enough cheap, Which obviously is not going to reach into all their money in your pocket. Fasilitasnyapun complete accordance with the standards Bali hotel in general.

Location
Legian Village Hotel located on the road Yudhisthira Kuta Bali, One of the strategic area in Kuta where there are many hotel and various supporting facilities tour others, such as restaurants, Bars, art shop and others. Its location is quite close to the beach Legian (Only a few minutes walk), make this hotel a great choice to spend time holiday in Bali. In addition, Legian Village hotel also offers price enough cheapwith facilities and service were excellent. Not wrong hotel This became one of cheap hotels in Kuta which is often crowded with tourists who were ontours to Bali.

Room Facilities
Legian Village Hotel has three different room types including: 39 Superior rooms, 26 Deluxe, and 5 bungalows. Each room is equipped with Air Conditioner, Hot and Cold Shower, TV, Mini Bar, and IDD Phone.

Hotel Facilities
The hotel itself is equipped with a swimming pool, restaurant, spa room, internet corner and parking lot large enough to accommodate many vehicles. Thus, prey booking at Legian Village hotel, And enjoy all the facilities that existed during vacation your in Bali.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Superior RP 300 000 USD 30 + +
Deluxe RP 350 000 USD 35 + +
Bungalow RP 450 000 USD 45 + +
Extra Bed RP 100 000 USD 15 + +
Valid until March 31, 2011

Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottages Kuta Bali

Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottage, cheap hotels in Kuta by category Jasmine One which is suitable as an option cheap accommodation stay in Bali.

One more option cheap hotels in Kuta which can eitherfrugal budget tour you. Hotel This is called Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottages . In addition to offering a fairly complete facilities, hotel It also has a familiar enough service that is able to hypnotize you to return hotel stays this.

Location
Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottage located on the road Padma North,Legian Middle Kuta, A location far from the noisy hustle and noise of Kuta’s life, but quite close to a shopping mall (the local art market) and only a few minutes walk to the Legian beach. Hotel This is also very easily accessible from Ngurah Rai International Airport, simply take approximately 20 minutes drive.

Room Facilities
Room at Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottage equipped with conditioned water, color TV, Minibar, and Hot & Cool Water. All rooms overlooking the swimming pool was designed and is also a tropical garden.

Hotel Facilities
Grand Sinar Indah Beach Cottage It is also equipped with a restaurant, Swimming pool, safety box available at the Reception desk, laundry service, rental and DVD rental Motorbike.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Superior 285 000 USD 35 + +
Deluxe 400 000 USD 50 + +
Extra Bed 100 000 USD 15 + +
Valid until March 31, 2011

Karthi Hotel Bali Kuta

Hotel Karthi, cheap hotels in Kuta specially built for tourists who need accommodation facilities with cheap rates.

Hotel Karthi or more popularly known as Karthi Inn is hotels in Kuta which also offers price enough cheap. Hotel with facilities of international standards has become yasmin hotel favorites in the region Kuta. Is also a strategic location, between the shopping area in Kuta.

Location
Karthi Hotel located on the road Of Kuta, Kartika Plaza Tuban, A strategic area in Kuta which is also the location of some places toursuch famous Kuta Art MarketWaterbomKuta Square, AndDiscovery Shopping Mall. It takes only 15 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai Airport, 25 minutes from Denpasar to achieve hotel this. Discovery Shopping Mall, beaches Kuta, And Kuta Square shopping center can be reached by only a few minutes’ walk from Karthi Hotel.

Room Facilities
Have four types of rooms: Standard Rooms, Deluxe, Super Deluxe, and Family Room, where all these rooms are equipped with modern facilities such as Air conditioned, Color Television, Telephone, Hot & Cold running water, bath or shower, Fridge and Marble floor

Hotel Facilities
Hotel Karthi self has supporting facilities such as Bar and Restaurant, Safe Deposit Box, Laundry, Doctor on call for 24 hours, swimming pool with Sunken Bar and children’s pool, Drugstore, Mail and Postage and during the 24-hour Room service.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Standard RP 325 000 USD 35 + +
Deluxe Double RP 350 000 USD 40 + +
Deluxe Twin RP 375 000 USD 45 + +
Super Deluxe RP 400 000 USD 50 + +
Family RP 625 000 USD 65 + +
Extra Bed RP 150 000 USD 15 +

Maharani II Hotel Kuta Bali

Maharani II Hotel, yasmin cheap hotels others in the region kuta which provides comfort and full privacy for the travelers.

The desire tofrugal cost vacation your in Bali can now be realized by selecting Maharani 2 hotels as a place to stay. Hotel This has the facilities and service standards hotel located in international and strategic place in the region Kuta.

Location
Located near the beach kuta rather, on the beach road Kuta, Gang of Vienna, just a few minutes walk to the beach. To get to the hotel This, you just need to take about 20 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai Airport.

Room Facilities
Rooms in Hotel Maharani II equipped with various facilities such as Private Bathroom and Shower, Hot and Cold Running water, AC Rooms, Mini Bar, Color TV and Satellite.

Hotel Facilities
Hotel Maharani II equipped with a Swimming Pool, Children’s Pool, Restaurant, Bar, Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Safety Deposit Boxes, Telephone and Facsimile Service, Mail Service, Money Exchange, Taxi Counter, Doctor on Call and Parking Facilities.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Standard RP 250 000 USD 30 + +
Extra Bed RP 100 000 USD 15 + +
Valid until March 31, 2011

Prani Legian Kuta Bali Hotels

Located in the center of activity tour at Kuta, Prani Legian Hotels is a cheap hotels in Kuta ideal as an option accommodation during Bali holiday.

Still in the area Legian, Another cheap hotels very suitable as a resting place, namely Prani Legian Hotels. Although the number of his room which is not too much, however hotel This could be hotel a much sought after tourists.

Location
Located in the middle region LegianPrani Legian Hotels can be achieved only with a 20 minute drive from Ngurah Rai Airport, 10 minutes’ walk from the beach Kuta, And surrounded by rows of souvenir shops, restaurants, bars and night life center in Kuta.

Room Facilities
Prani Legian Hotels has 17 Standard rooms and 3 Deluxe rooms. Individua Each room is equipped with air conditioning, private shower and bath with hot water, telephone and terrace overlooking the garden.

Hotel Facilities
The facilities that complement Prani Legian hotels include: swimming pool, lobby lounge, room service, shops Bunut Sari, Sari Bunut cafe, traditional massage on call, and the doctor on call.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Standard RP 250 000 USD 35 + +
Deluxe RP 300 000 USD 40 + +
Extra Bed RP 85 000 USD 10 + +
Valid until March 31, 2011

Yulia Village Hotel Ubud Bali

Yulia Village Hotel, One a cheap hotel in Ubud an artistic style with adequate facilities and satisfactory service

Ubud Village Hotel Yulia, Is hotel boutique distinctive architectural style Bali, Which combines traditional touch Bali amid the beautiful expanse of paddy fields Ubud.

Location
Village Yulia hotel, A a cheap hotel in Ubud which is located at Jalan Monkey Forest Ubud Bali, A fairly dense area visited by tourists every year. Hotel Yulia Village built with the aim to provide a comfortable atmosphere and privacy to the tourists who stay, because the locationYulia Village which dikelili by green rice fields Ubud. Position hotelYulia Village close enough to the center of a destination in Ubud, Between the rows of restaurants, art galleries, museums and of course the art market Ubud where local handicrafts are sold at a pricecheap.

Room Facilities
Yulia Village Ubud has 19 rooms all of which are deluxe rooms that are arranged in a two-story building. All these rooms offer views that are different, among others: 2 Deluxe rice field view, 8 Deluxe garden view, pool view 3 Deluxe, 6 Deluxe cottage view. Each room Yulia Village equipped with Air conditioning, hot and cold water, IDD phone, mini bar, TV with International channels.

Hotel Facilities
To support the convenience of tourists who stay, Ubud Village Hotel Yulia equip themselves with various public facilities, such as: swimming pool, restaurant, fax and internet facility, as well as safe deposit box.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Deluxe Rice Field View RP 500 000 EUR 80
Deluxe Pool View RP 500 000 EUR 75
Deluxe Garden View RP 500 000 EUR 75
Deluxe Cottage View RP 500 000 EUR 70
Extra Bed RP 150 000 EUR 10
Valid until March 31, 2011

Panorama Hotel Ubud Bali

Panorama Hotel, One of many cheap hotels in Ubud very suitable as a tool for your vacation holiday in Bali

Panorama Hotel Ubud, Is an lodging ideal for those of you who seek comfort and want to explore the cultural treasures in the Village Ubud an unspoiled and full of inspiration.

Location
Panorama Hotel located on the road Pengosekan Ubud, Overlooking the endless green carpet of paddy fields are very beautiful, sketching the hills and views of Mount Agung and the sun set over the western horizon is very spectacular.

Room Facilities
Panorama hotel Ubud has three different room types include Superior rooms, Deluxe rooms and Suite rooms. All rooms in Panorama hotelUbud equipped with individually controlled air-conditioned, private balcony, TV, tub & shower bathroom with hot & cold water, minibar, private terrace with a beautiful panorama of rice fields.

Hotel Facilities
As a means of support makes it easy for travelers, Panorama Hotelequip themselves with various facilities such as Bar Restaurant, Swimming Pool, Mini Bar, Gallery & Souvenir Shop, Laundry service, Electricity 220 Volt, Library & Games corners, In house guide book, Postal Service, and Free of charge transportation surrounding Ubudarea.

Hotel Tariff
ROOM TYPE SPECIAL PRICE / room / night Publish PRICE
Superior RP 350 000 USD 60 + +
Deluxe RP 400 000 USD 70 + +
Suite RP 650 000 USD 175 + +
Extra Bed RP 100 000 USD 10 + +
Valid until March 31, 2011

Popular Hotel atBali Kuta

Hotels on the beach

Grand Balisani Suites Dari US$ 82.65
Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali Dari US$ 111
Legian Beach Hotel Dari US$ 135

Spa’s Hotels

Green Garden Beach Resort & Spa Dari US$ 79
Febri’s Hotel & Spa Dari US$ 65
Ramayana Resort and Spa Dari US$ 87

Romantic Hotels

Villa Diana Bali Dari US$ 60
Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort Dari US$ 90
Luxury Hotels

Padma Resort Bali at Legian Dari US$ 189.97
The Haven Suites & Villas Dari US$ 136
Hotel Santika Premiere Beach Resort Bali Dari US$ 120
Family’s Hotels

Bali Dynasty Resort Dari US$ 137
Jayakarta Hotel Bali Dari US$ 110
Adi Dharma Hotel Dari US$ 59
Backpacker ‘s Hotels

Sayang Maha Mertha Hotel Dari US$ 12
Balisani Padma Hotel Dari US$ 36.14
Wina Holiday Villa Kuta Bali Dari US$ 45
Hotels with easier for shopping

Adi Dharma Cottages Dari US$ 59
Whiterose Hotel Dari US$ 55
The Vira Bali Hotel Dari US$ 87

Design’s Hotels

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