Garuda Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGaruda Plaza Hotel Medan
This is an excellent hotel, I have stayed here numerous times. Never been disappointed. Despite it being a little busy during check in, the rest of the service levels are of very high standards, right from the rooms up to the waiters at the restaurants.
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It was nice to leave the sulphur smells of Breastagi and head to Bukit Lawang. We managed to get 2 seats on the tourist taxi agian, which worked out well as I got the front seat (a new development I now get car sick if I'm not in the front seat). We arrived just on dusk, and were shown to our hotel, down a pathway along the rivers edge, which took about 15 min. from the road by foot. No cars can go there but, people seem to take their motor bikes everywhere even up and down the steps on ...
... Mystery of MH 370 has something to due with this overreaction by the Air-force showing the world their strength and capability after of being accused of let the MH 370 slip true their system and I was an welcome distraction to deflect their inefficiencies.... 9. THIS WHOLE INCIDENT WAS CREATED BY A BUNCH OF IDIOTS WHICH TOOK THE OPPORTUNITY TO DEFLECT THEIR INEFFICIENCIES AMD SHOWING THE WORLD WHAT THEY CAN DO...... RIDICULOUS 10. They had my Flight plan 6 hours in advance and ...
... women scream constantly when near a swimming pool Distances are underestimated by hotel staff as 30 min stroll described as very long way sir - we call you a taxi Every female dog heavily pregnant Asian man in swimming pool must clear contents of his nose into pool every two ...
... get back into more physical shape, eating healthy and well and getting myself ready for the next part of journey. There are hardly any cars here, some motorbikes, but everything is walking distance. Every morning I would wake up and run down to just past the village boundary, return still down with a bottle of water, iced coffee and bowl of porridge and work on either my blog, or reading the book “Into the wild”, Lisa told me my life is a cross between this book and ...