Grand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi Medan
Stay for 1 night. Hotel facilities and ammenities is OK, will stay here again if I visit Brestagi in future.
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... when she called her husband, who was away in Holland, and told him about the trade, he insisted she give us something a bit more memorable : a copy of the book he had written on the history of Medan. That experience completely enriched our already fantastic time at this small but beautiful oasis.
So the next day we found The Woman in Black singing in the restaurant, which kind of reminded ...
... based snack) factory. Even though we only stayed for one night, it was a lovely homestay experience. The next day Ika and her husband dropped us off at the bus station at 5.00 in the morning as we had to take a bus to the Jakarta airport to fly to Padang, North Sumatra. Surprisingly enough the bus departed and arrived on time! Of course the plane didn’t but luckily we only had half an hour delay, nothing too bad for Indonesians standards.
After a relatively ...
... was better
than I expected for a developing country, but it was often a bit dirty. People
in Medan have basic necessities and other things such as mobile phones. The
country is advancing ...
... number of vehicles whose aggregate width equals the width of the road, plus one. There's a tentative hierarchy to determine which direction has right of way on any given lane at a point in time: truck beats SUV beats car beats motorbike (with side car) beats moped. Haven't seen enough bicycles to figure out where they figure on the vehicle food chain, but I'm thinking we're the equivalent of plankton. Should be fun trying to cycle out of the city on Monday morning.
We woke up early to have breakfast, today we decided to have noodles after yesterday's sugar attack. We left pretty much after this and walked to the airport bus. It was lucky that we got there early as it was so full and left early. The trip was going smooth until we got insight of the airport terminal when we suddenly broke down. So there was a bus full of us stood on the side of the motorway waiting for another bus to take us the remaining half a mile! One eventually ...