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Natural Feature
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Lodging
“This is where The Kindu Trust offices, shared with Link Ethiopia are based. Our educational club, play group, shop and traditional lunches take place. You are more than welcome to visit!”
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Natural Feature
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Restaurant éthiopien
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“Serving great traditional Ethiopian food with traditional dance each evening”
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Point of Interest
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Parc
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Natural Feature
Natural Feature
“A Day Trip SKI AREA 100 miles away. Plan a stop in Philipsburg on your way home. Great candy store and Brewery. ------------------------------------------------- The Skiing is beautiful family ski area with magic carpet run for the little ones and triple black diamonds for the extreme skier. DISCO as we locals call it is an easy day trip from Missoula. --------------- Discovery has three faces. The front face is the perfect blend of gently sloping runs and more advanced groomed cruisers. Off the Granite Chair, things step up a notch with steeper groomed runs and mogul skiing. And the backside? Well, imagine the Chugach without the costly helicopter ride. Point is, we have great terrain and lots of it. No matter what kind of mountain you like, you just discovered it. Discovery also offers a lot of downhill thrills during the summer months at the Discovery Bike Park from June 18th through October. The trails are intermediate to advanced with loads of features for downhill riders to enjoy. GREAT HOME COOKED FOOD AVAILABLE IN THE LODGE SERVED UP BY BEATRICE THE OWNER.”
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Point of Interest
“Address: No. 122, Sec. 1, Chongqing S. Rd., Zhongzheng District, Taipei City 10048, Taiwan (ROC) Brief Introduction: One of the most recognizable buildings in Taiwan, currently serves as the Presidential Office Building of the Kuomintang leadership. It was initially built to serve as the Office of the Governor General of Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period, and went through several periods of destruction during World War II. However following the Chinese Civil War, the building began to serve as the Presidential Office in 1950. Opening Times: Check website for open house dates Public Transportation: Take Red Line to NTU Hospital Station, and get off Exit 1 Phone Number: 02-2311-3731”
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Autres grands espaces
Natural Feature
Hôpital
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