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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... to walk. Last night we went to a place called Coffee Kingdom, which was more like a bar than an coffee shop. Interestingly, during dinner the power went out and we ate in the dark for 3-4 minutes before we got the lights back on.
Besides the above, I have filled in my remaining time with the pool (which I have to myself because no one likes to be at the pool from 11am-3pm when the sun is over the pool), gym, watching my shows (OUAT, Criminal Minds ...
... received it because of election day in Indonesia the day before my Flight on April 10 th. The Permit Service sent me that Information AFTER I WAS INTERCEPTED , received that email one day to late after I already left Sri Lanka. 4. I was flying on an International ICAO IFR flight plan on the Airway system and not of the grid 5. I was in contact with Indonesian ATC when I enteted their Airspace at NIXOL and was cleared to the next waypoint on the exit point from their Airspace ...
... 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 ...
... always go to play football in the afternoons, as there is not much for them to do right now, evenings would be spent talking, playing guitar and playing scrabble. I got thoroughly thrashed by the locals at scrabble and even in my own language, but jungle rules apply no abbreviations and if it is not in the dictionary they have, the word doesn’t exist. So be prepared to loose.
On one of my nights I found myself have to remove toads and chase monkeys out of my ...