next * '''Anyer''', beautiful beach and resort, west of Tangerang. Driving time: up to 3 hours. * '''Ujung Kulon''', beautiful national park, southwest of Tangerang. Driving time: up to 5 hours. * '''Tanjung Pasir''', beach swarming with seafood stalls. Be careful of local hustlers and gangs. North of Tangerang. Driving time: up to 2 hrs. Connect Tangerang Police station (Polres): Polres Tangerang, Jl. Raya Daan Mogot, Tel.:(62)(21) 552-3160, (62)(21) 552-3003. List of hospital with 24
fax hours price content Is the most popular hiking trail in Finland. The 80 km long trail leads through two beautiful national parks. There are also several shorter variations of the trail. The trail is easily accessible from Kuusamo airport with a bus that takes you to the beginning of the trail. Although the difficulty level is quite easy, you should still be prepared with a decent map and enough food. Water is not a problem, as there are plenty of rivers that have clean and drinkable water. There are several open wilderness huts (autiotupa), where you can stay for free. The huts tend to get full during peak season (end of June to beginning of August), so you should consider bringing your own tent. * WikiPedia:Kuusamo Commons:Category:Kuusamo
-Sat 9:30AM – 5:30PM, Sun 1:30PM – 5:30PM. Go next * Waterton Lakes National Park - A beautiful national park that is about an hour drive away southwest from Lethbridge. The park is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and attracts tourists from all over the world. * '''Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump''' - A UNESCO World Heritage Site near Fort Macleod, about a 30-45 minute drive west of Lethbridge. Head-Smashed-In displays how Native Americans lived before and after they came into contact with the European settlers; and it shows how the Native Americans used buffalo jumps to kill the buffalo for food, protection, and shelter. * Calgary - About a 2 hour drive north, Calgary offers world-class attractions and shopping. Calgary also is home to numerous professional sport organizations and is home to over 1 000 000 people. * Montana - Is approximately 45 minutes south. The nearest American city is Great Falls which is about 2 hours. * Edmonton - 5 hours away and is the capital city of Alberta. It is the second largest city with 1.1 mill people. It is popular for it's numerous festivals, amazing river valley, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton Oilers, a growing arts community, and the University of Alberta. Wikipedia:Lethbridge
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