Roemahkoe Heritage Hotel

Address: Jln. Dr. Radjiman no 501,Laweyan, Solo, Java, 57148, Indonesia | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Jln. Dr. Radjiman no 501,Laweyan, Solo, is near Tangkuban Perahu, Sumur Gumuling, and Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument.
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      Solo, Theatre and Temples

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... decided to leave. I hobbled to the train
      and we moved onto Solo/Suraykarta another performance epicentre. I have to say
      I did not find the Indonesians in Yogy particularly creative, I don't know what
      to say about it, they are resourceful yes but creative no. They are musical
      however very musical I just found the art vibe was limited in creativity but I
      think London and English people are actually highly creative which I never
      really ...

      Jogja

      A travel blog entry by lauraandy on Oct 09, 2013

      26 photos

      ... this all out and waiting in what seemed to be the longest line ever to get out of the airport we were finally in Indonesia and legally so.

      It was immediately obvious Java had more of a Cambodian / Laos / Vietnam rough and ready feel to it than the Malaysia we’d just left. After some haggling with a few taxi drivers we eventually got a deal and shared a taxi with the Austrian women to the Malioboro region of Yogyakarta. The hotel we’d booked ...

      Bike and Horse Carriage Tour

      A travel blog entry by maexme on Sep 29, 2013

      7 photos

      ... they produce three alcohols: Arak (also spelled Arrack), Ciu and methanol. We were offered Arak and Ciu to taste them, the smell already told what a high percentage alcohol they were. The family that produced the alcohol was muslim and differentiated between producing alcohol as a business, which is considered ok, and getting hammered with it (which isn't).

      As we continued our ride we saw a rice field where locals were planting rice. ...

      And the stress of leaving starts...

      A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7 on Sep 05, 2013

      Last treatment with Bagas this morning :( He is so cute, I am really going to miss him. I think that he liked his Transformers socks. And his mom is so nice. I feel like I got to know her better in the past week, even though she doesn't speak English. That day when she passed me on her scooter when I was riding my bike to the Orthopedic Hospital and she said "hello Miss Sonja!" ...

      Mission Accomplished!

      A travel blog entry by kelseabain on Sep 01, 2013

      35 photos

      ... fell! We made it through the 10 minute dance and had to have a huge photo shoot at the end with tons of people. Everyone ALWAYS wants pictures with us, but today was crazy. Parents would bring their kids (some who were patients at PNTC) and get us to hold their kids and pose with their families. Probably did over an hour of photos and media before BuNeti escorted us outta there and brought us back to her home for some (more) breakfast. I ...