Ahadiat Hotel

Address: Jl. Sindang Sirna Elok no 19, Bandung, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Jl. Sindang Sirna Elok no 19, Bandung, is near Antelope Canyon, YellowDuck Marine Tours, and Rua Dr. Francisco Gomes.
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Travel Blogs from Bandung

Always the environmental geographer!

A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Jan 19, 2015

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... on this beautiful landscape! :'( Also there is a mahooosive problem with rubbish, it's in the rivers that run through the towns in the docks, in the fields, in piles that are the size of small hills at the side of the road and people keep adding and adding!! My head is just spinning knowing that all if this will either stay there and decompose leaving chemicals and damage the environment or be picked up and sent to landfill basically the same thing!! ...

Bike & BUILD in Bartlesville

A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jun 17, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... of Orange is the New Black. Dinner at another church tonight, it was family night for VBS, so there were so many kids and parents there. We get back to our church and play a massive game of sardines which is basically hide-and-seek but the opposite. So one person hides and then everyone as tries to find that one person. And once you find that person, you hide with them. And this keeps happening and happening and until everyone is packed like sardines. And the last person to find, ...

Kyle's Birthday Weekend: Bandung Soccer & Cupcakes

A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Aug 26, 2013

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... and not red, which is the Jakarta team's colours.

Despite the match not starting until 3:30pm we were picked up at 10am. Oki explained that we needed to travel a little outside of the city into the rural areas of Bandung. If we left even at 11am, we probably wouldn't make it in time for the match because the traffic would be so bad. Naturally we were all a bit skeptical, but true to form the traffic showed up. A 30km drive took us 2h30min and most of it ...

Chasing Dreams in America

A travel blog entry by dancingdakota on Aug 16, 2013

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... I grabbed a leaflet from the greyhound station and seen it advertising Old Sacramento. I thought this could be good so I got onto a bus and went.
I was so surprised when I arrived, the district was stuck in the gold rush era. There were people dressed up, horse and carts roaming around, men welding and women sewing. There was a steam boat and train which I would of liked to go on but due to time I couldn't. But just sitting eating lunch whilst watching the train go past ...

Bandung - with Halef's family

A travel blog entry by mdemmons on Mar 30, 2013

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... because his sister is my friend on Facebook and know I wasn't going and tout I needed a chaperone. Probably. At PVJ (Paris Von Java) Mall, we had a couple hours to walk around and experience the sights and smells (there are always food smells in Indonesia). Plus, we wanted to pick up a few snacks and, really, to be in air conditioning. We went to the Carrefour and picked up some seaweed-flavored Lays potato chips, Indonesian peanuts, Ricola to feed ...