Crowne Plaza Semarang
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... help conserve and preserve this building. As we go toward the exit we look up to see a very dark sky and we hear a thunderous clap overhead, oh no maybe the rains have returned! We head back to the taxi dodging all manner of traffic on the way and jump in. Now we want to go to the old town, and we head off at speed. Now Lady Luck and the weather fairies seem to be with us as we head in to blue skies and sunshine, and so our wanderings continue.we get ...
... me always worry about it. i try the best of my study... on step more.. so be spirit.
ungaran is nice town, is smaller then semarang, here i can find many beautiful place to see, buddist temple, jungle, mountain, ricefiled, temple, waterfall, and many small traditional village.
i live together with ibu mariyati dan bapak warno, they so kind with me. i stay in quiet big house with 4 rooms, living room, dinning room, kitchen and bathroom. very quiet so good for study.
I was glad to be back traveling by train but apprehensive as the delays have always been horrific. However, Indonesian trains are amazing both in terms of quality and promptness. We arrived at the station in Jakarta in good time for the train to Bandung, easily bought our tickets and bought some snacks. Traveling first class (or 'Eksekutif' as its called locally) we boarded and made ourselves comfortable. The room you got for your seat was amazing and we even got little ...
... taxi driver who charges half of what the in-town taxis charge, free gourmet breakfast, personal free and cheap tours and an excellent room with a king size bed, tv, balcony over looking the rice fields, the sunrise and Mt. Merapi, as well as a glorious outdoor shower with a garden and fountain. Our stay was $50 a night and it was well worth it! We got private affordable tours to the volcano's, coffee and tea plantations, city tours and our last day there the chef gave me ...
... us £20 each.
Borobudur, Prambanan and Ramayana ballet ( we have done separate blogs for these)
Yogyakarta is a busy city full of mopeds, horse drawn carriages and cycle rickshaws. After a short walk from the train station we found the main hostel area and stopped in a great hostel. We went for the cheapest room complete with a mandi, or squat toilet to you and me. We also got some form of bath where if your 5ft ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility