Hotel Ciputra Semarang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we booked on my phone while on the bus. Yet another amazing feature that makes traveling easy. I have an international cell plan with T Mobile and don't even need to change SIM cards when I change countries. While WiFi access is spotty at best in hotels, my 3G coverage is pretty good usually.
A nice taxi driver drove us to town and we chatted a bit. They don't get many tourists in Semarang, even though it's about the same size ...
... and random stuff you never thought you'd hear on the radio but wish you would.
I have been practicing pencak silat, the official martial art of Indonesia. It is a great work out! in addition to that, i am finding that I am too big to buy shoes or use some weight lifting equipment (Too tall for rowing, too strong for some others with the weight they have)
I plan on climbing Mt. Merbabu, which is ...
... but this little old iPad couldn't catch them, so you will just have to take our word for it. We potter around and Dave is having a great time playing with the dragons and making friends. Some of the shrines only Martin was allowed to enter, and neither of us was allowed to enter the holiest shrine of all. Whether parts of the temple have been built at different times we are not sure, but behind the largest shrine there was a large wall with a picture story ...
... to the modern South Indian way of building temples. In fact here, Shiva linggas were stacked at all 4 corners of the Gopura right to the top where Kalasas were not used here as opposed to the present way of building temples. There is also a great emphasis to Sage Agasthya, one of the Tamil ...
... of this building started in the year 1904 and was completed in the year 1907. The design of this building was done in Netherlands in the year 1903.
The locals call this building Lawang Sewu as it has many doors but in actual fact the number of doors does not amount to 1000. This building is fitted with ...