Tresna

Tresna

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    Hey, I was wondering if a Melbournian could tell me where they think the best place to have coffee is?

    Check out these places: St Ali http://www.stali.com.au/ Market Lane http://www.marketlane.com.au/ Padre http://www.padrecoffee.com.au/ Dead Man Espresso http://www.deadmanespresso.com.au/ Brother Baba Budan http://brotherbababudan.com.au/ Liar Liar http://www.liarliarcafe.com.au/ over 9 years ago

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    Where is a good place to stay in Kuala Lumper. Not too expensive but comfortable

    Check out tunehotels.com Excellent prices, comfortable (but tiny) rooms. Good location, close to monorail, walking distance to Little India and Merdeka Sqaure. They're a great option if you don't want to spend an arm and a leg, want a good bed and shower and tond intend spending a lot of time in your room (due to the size). over 9 years ago

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    what is open on public holiday in Bali Friday 2nd April 2010

    I can't imagine you will have any issues with things being closed over the easter long weekend. Bali is not Christian so businesses are unlikely to be closed. over 9 years ago

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    Best Greek restaurants in Melbourne CBD?

    Hellenic Republic is fantastic. Classic Greek dishes presented in a modern way. A lovely bright and vibrant atmosphere, good service and a great selection of Greek wine. Brunch on the weekend is one of my favourite times to go and it's easy to roll up at that time without a reservation. At all other times you would be well advised to make a booking. Not exactly in the CBD, but a short tram or taxi ride out. Well worth it. http://www.hellenicrepublic.com.au/ over 9 years ago

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    Can you recommend any mid-range restaurants in Sydney that accomodate large dinner parties?

    Perama Greek restaurant in Petersham is fantastic. The food is wonderful and they accommodate larger groups (though I don't know the maximum number). The banquet is an easy way to keep things simple with ordering, and includes BYO wine corkage. http://www.perama.com.au/ over 9 years ago

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    what is the cheapest way to get to Melbourne CBD from the airport ?

    http://www.skybus.com.au/ The Skybys costs $16 oneway and $26 return. It drops you to Southern Cross Station in the CBD of Melbourne. over 9 years ago

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    Where would be the best bar in Sydney to host a networking event ?

    Try the Art House Hotel http://www.thearthousehotel.com.au/#/Functions_and_Events over 9 years ago

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    Things for 11-15 year-olds to do in Bali?

    In Ubud there's plenty of courses that are suitable (some specifically for kids) like cooking, batik, jewelry making, painting, kite making and dancing. There's also activities such as rice field walks, bike riding tours (mostly downhill) and white water rafting. There's the monkey forest, Ubud market, Bali bird park and temples to visit and in the evening loads of dances and shadow puppet performances to choose from. In Ubud, you will be spoiled for activities. Visit the Information centre opposite the Ubud market to pick up some brochures and also ask at your hotel or guest house if they can suggest some activities. The Pondok Library (behind the soccer field) offers activities and also has lots of posters and brochures on their notice boards. over 9 years ago