Aston Imperium Purwokerto Hotel

Address: Jln. Overste Isdiman No. 33, Purwokerto, Java, 53114, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Jln. Overste Isdiman No. 33, Purwokerto.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Purwokerto

          Searching Mosque

          A travel blog entry by aliachmadz on Apr 10, 2012

          3 photos

          ... mosque. We chatted, played HP, and others. Until the day came in the afternoon. Many of the tourist are coming here. Why did they not come from morning? I ask in my heart. There is also a teacher who accidentally invited speak a tourist. Of course he did not understand what was discussed. Finally, the teacher left the tourists. Then we assembled and came home carrying a new experience for us. Other people, other ...

          Prambanan Temple

          A travel blog entry by aliachmadz on Apr 09, 2012

          3 photos

          ... was rejected, she would be killed. Therefore, she makes an impossible request, i.e. Bandung must make a thousand temples in one night. Bandung agree the offer and call his ghosts. They start to work and make a thousand temples are requested. See the State will be finish, Jonggang began to worry and ask for help residents to light a fire in the eastern Kingdoms and told the women hit the mortar. See any light from the east, rooster chicken crowing cock. ...

          Taking Care of One’s Stomach While Wandering

          A travel blog entry by wandering_man on Jan 09, 2010

          2 comments, 3 photos

          ... weeks the body has become progressively more accustomed to bacteria different from back in the world and less coution is required.

          WM loves street food and follows a couple of common sense rules, as the Health Department man has not made an inspection of these cats for some time.

          1. If local people are eating there it's probably safe. Ask yourself—if it ain’t clean, why would they eat ...

          Solo, Yogyakarta, Borobudur, Pagandaran

          A travel blog entry by ashley_and_erik on Feb 28, 2007

          49 photos

          ... there was no room for our backpacks except at our feet. So we squeezed ourselves and all our stuff into the space of two bus seats, ready for take off. The ferry ride was thankfully uneventful, but I did keep my eye on things very closely and was a bit perturbed when what seemed to be the entire crew, came rushing from their posts to watch the fish they'd been trailing lines for, being hauled in, by hand - no rods - and onto the back of the boat. The fun was soon ...

          Goats, boats, bikes 'n' buses...

          A travel blog entry by ashley_and_erik on Feb 25, 2007

          9 photos

          ... greatly, buying a bunch of bananas has never been funnier. Getting back on the bike to set off once more we came across an amusing method of transporting livestock (the first - but not the last). We knew whole families could get around on a single motorbike, but goats too? That was a new thing :-D Arriving at last at the waterfall, it was easily a 3hr drive, we had some lunch and headed down the path to the waterfall which was well worth ...