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Vang Vieng

checkout price Fan rooms and bungalows from 40,000 kip content Lao-born Malay's and Norwegian Arne's place. Great view over the mountains from the shaded garden. Free 24-hour Wi-Fi, towel, water refill, in-room safes. Book exchange. *

and the Hmong people. * *


content Friendly family run B&B. Comfortable, clean but smallish rooms with shared bathrooms. Which can be a bit noisy. It is possible to camp as well. Owners can help arranging transport. They also organize dinners parties gathering all guests together backpackers style. Nice setting and fantastic views over the river. Great meals. Sanahin village *


email address lat long directions phone 866-646-00-79 tollfree fax hours price content Washington 415 y Frontera. Casual Mexican grill. * *

Parma, Ohio

-of-the-shoppes-at-parma Senior vice president of Phillips Edison's strategic investment funds, Roy Williams, has stated: :"Our plan is to go far beyond a basic facelift and redevelopment for this long-standing regional shopping center. Besides bringing in additional shops, restaurants and services, we will create a more attractive, pedestrian-friendly, family-oriented environment that will act as a town center for Parma residents and surrounding communities." http

San Carlos de Bariloche

apartments that feature standard amenities like cable TV and a private toilet and bath. Some of its amenities include Wi-Fi access, car rental and tour assistance, and room service. *


checkout price content Helpful staff, reasonable prices, big rooms with some of their profits going to the Butterfly Foundation charity. Also they can arrange tours. *


streets of Belen. * WikiPedia:Iquitos commons:Iquitos

French Polynesia

and authenticity of the local experience, family hotels are the ideal type of accommodation. The welcome is warm and friendly. Family hotels are divided into four categories: Bed and Breakfast, Holiday Family Homes, Family-run guest houses, Family hotels. * Bed and Breakfast: furnished bungalows limited to four dwelling units per home and able to accommodate twelve persons, equipped with bathrooms either private or shared. * Holiday family homes: furnished bungalows limited to nine dwelling units and able to accommodate twenty-seven persons, equipped with bathrooms and kitchenette. * Family-run guest houses: same as the above + breakfast and dinner service. * Family hotels: offers full board meal service and ''a la carte'' food menu. Learn The Gauguin Museum (Musée Gaugin), about 50km from Papeete on Tahiti Nui contains artefacts from Gauguin's time in Tahiti, including reproductions of many of his paintings. Open-air buildings and a gift shop are situated in a well-manicured lawn just next to the ocean, well away from the city and resorts. Botanical gardens are just next door. The Museum of Tahiti and her Islands, about 15km from Papeete, contains really great displays of Polynesian history, culture and ethnology. Anyone who is interested in anthropology or the history of the Polynesian culture should see this museum. For pearl lovers, there is also the Robert Wan Pearl Museum in Tahiti. Stay safe Tahiti has one of the lowest crime rates within France and its territories. However, petty crime, such as pickpocketing and purse snatching occurs. As an overseas territory of France, defence and law enforcement are provided by the French Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force) and Gendarmerie. No vaccines are required. Be sure to bring jelly-type sandals for walking amidst coral in the water and along the beaches or either old sneakers so you don't cut your feet on the coral or don't step on a stonefish. Encounters with sharks in the lagoon will be most likely when scuba diving or even snorkelling but they are harmless. So are stingrays. However, be aware of moray eels which hide deep in the corals and are generally curious. Be sure to keep your fingers to yourself or risk a painful bite. Stay healthy Medical treatment is generally good. Two major hospitals as well as several private clinics provide 24-hour medical service. No vaccines are required. Take precautions against mosquito bites, as there have been outbreaks of dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus in the 2010s. Respect Tahitians are proud of their islands and happy to share their way of life with their guests in many ways. They are really relaxed people who live according to the ''aita pea pea'' philosophy (meaning "no worries"). Their culture should be respected as well as their way of life. Don't make them feel that you're superior to them but just be natural. They are a very welcoming and warm people. Please also respect the land and its diversity. Activities which include approaching whales and other marine mammals are regulated and authorizations from the environmental authorities are mandatory. Connect Internet access in Polynesia is provided by MANA, a subsidiary of the Post and Telecommunications Office, either by modem or by ADSL. For a short stay, a subscription-free connection is best. You can make the connection with the following information: Telephone # of the server: 36-88-88 - Log-in: anonymous - Password: anonymous. This type of modem connection is available in all archipelagos. There are cyber-spaces on Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Bora Bora, Raiatea and Rangiroa (about 250 Fcfp for a 15 minute connection.) Most of the hotels and some small hotels and pensions provide Internet access to their guests. On some islands, access is possible from post offices. Wifitiki has a useful page listing Wi-Fi hotspots in French Polynesia. Iaoranet also provides wifi in the Society Islands (Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Bora Bora, Raiatea) as well as some of the Tuamotus (Fakarava, Manihi, Rangiroa), Gambiers (Mangareva), and Marquesas (Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oa). One hour costs about USD5, but blocks of time can be purchased online for as little as USD$2 per hour. The service is slow but fairly reliable. Go next *You can hop on a direct flight to marvelous Easter Island from Tahiti (the only place in the world apart from Santiago de Chile where you can do this). *French Polynesia is one of the few places within practical sailing distance of the Pitcairn Islands. WikiPedia:French Polynesia Dmoz:Regional Oceania French Polynesia commons:French Polynesia


Industria No. 270 (altos), e Neptuno y Virtudes, Centro Habana lat long directions One block from Parque Central and Prado. Close to Malecon and Havana Vieja. phone +53 7 8635706 tollfree fax hours price 25cuc checkin checkout content A very friendly family home. 2 comfortable rooms with balcony and great view for rent. *

long directions Close to the University end of Neptuno street phone +53 7 870 7723 tollfree fax hours price checkin checkout content A very friendly family home, close to the Universidad de la Habana. Room rates are negotiable depending upon the length of stay. *'''Señores Elsa y Julio Roque''', Consulado No. 162, apto. 2 (between Colon and Trocadero), +53 7 860 1257. A very friendly couple rent rooms in their centrally located house, and help find other houses

breakfast. *'''Casa Mireya''', 47 Ave. #5211 (''between 52 and 54''), Playa, +53 7 209 13 54. *'''Casa Mra Cristina & Guillermo''', Calle 21 e N and O - Building #15 Apartment 7-A, Vedado Near the Hotel Nacional. +53 5 270 8449. A very friendly family home with two university-aged children who speak English. 2 comfortable rooms with balcony and great view for rent: 35cuc. Ask for "mi cafecita" in the morning on the balcony. *'''Casa Ines''', Calle Segunda #559 (''between Ayesteran and Ayuntamiento''), Plaza de la Revolucion, +53 7 870 0237. , de Jesus y Saida Valdez''', Calle 24 #262, Apt #5 (''between 17 and 19''), Vedado, +53 7 830 7279. *'''Casa Cary''', Virtudes #511 (''top floor, between Lealtad and Preseverancia''), +53 7 863 1802, *'''Casa de Lydia y Felix Pedro''', 15 St #456 (''between E and F''), Vedado, +53 7 832 6223. * WikiPedia:Havana Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Cuba Localities Havana commons:La Habana


to relax and really friendly family. * *

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