Mercury Guest House

Address: Jln. Gerilya 595, Yogyakarta, Java, 55153, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jln. Gerilya 595, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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        Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

        Destination 8 – Bali, Indonesia Part 2

        A travel blog entry by t-dot on Apr 06, 2014

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        ... we met a man from Holland who spends half the year there and the other half in Bali. Him and his girlfriend were on their way to Yogyakarta as well. We all got on the train around 9:40pm and left exactly at 10pm (that's a first for us). The train ride from Banyuwangi to Surabaya was about 6.5 hours and then we needed to wait until 7:30am for our next train. This one also left perfectly on time and the ride was about 4 hours. We made it ...

        Yogyakarta - Borobadur and Prambanan

        A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 30, 2013

        68 photos

        ... temple is one of the wonders of the world. It's a 9th century Hindu temple and has to be on your bucket list. It's covered in stone carvings and every one of them is unique. Buddhas aplenty, steps crowded with people millions of opportunities to get the minion hat out or put mu fonger up somethings nose. At the top are the iconic stone bell shapes that you can see from the mountaintops miles away. In return you can see the mountains in the backdrop to the temple. Crazy, ...

        Yogyakarta & surrounding area, 5-6 October 2013

        A travel blog entry by bennettdoesasia on Oct 05, 2013

        ... a Javan tradition but has since become the national dress of Indonesia. After our meal we hired a 'becak', a bicycle with a seating area in front, and were ridden around Yogyakarta by a man whom we paid a small fee. Like many other tourists who come to the city, who are still overwhelmingly outnumbered by locals mind, we trundled along the Malioboro Road, past the Kraton Yogyakarta, the palace where Sultan Hamengkubuwono X lives, and up the many side streets. We ...