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Gardenia Inn Tomohon
Indonesia

Located in the small village of Tomohon, the City of Flowers, is the Gardenia Country Inn. The Inn is 45-minutes from Manado set close to Lokon and Empung volcanoes. It is situated at an altitude of 900 meters (2950 feet). The air is cooler and drier in the highlands, and the flora and fauna is very different from the coast.

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Uploaded: 10/12/2009
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Tags: sulawesi; highlands; volcano; tomohon
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