Hotel Muria

Address: Jalan Dr. Cipto No 73, Semarang, Java, 50 124, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan Dr. Cipto No 73, Semarang.
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Miss England

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... never moved so that was ok. It was a very posh looking hotel with amazing traditional furniture but the promised wifi didn't work, there was no staff to cook, in fact there was no staff at all and although I had a fabulous room with en suite (and for once the hot water actually worked), there was no sink! Why?? Brushing my teeth proved problematic! As I couldn't find any staff anywhere I hailed myself a red Angkot on the road outside and tried to make the ...

Enchanted Island

A travel blog entry by mdarvill on Apr 22, 2013

3 comments

... so. I loved what I saw.

The works of the island, fishing from its shores in wide outrigger counterbalanced boats and canoes, hunting, gathering, agriculture, particularly the rice fields, tending cattle, building, loving and worshiping are seen over and over again in their art forms. It is a notable mark of their technique that things are repeated, meaning they are loved.
This is along with the integrated spiritual side, the ...

Temples at Borobudur

A travel blog entry by danlogue on Mar 27, 2013

... ideas. We then continued on our scooter to check out local villages and the town of Borobudur before returning to the hotel for a well-deserved lunch around 2 pm. Total cost of motorcycle rental for half a day: $5 plus $1 in gas (vs $20 for the 2 soft drinks at the Aman). It was a great way to travel, stay cool and explore the area around Borobudur. We decided to stay at the hotel and relax - to give Dan another chance to rest and recover from his cold and ...

Train trip and coffee plantation

A travel blog entry by the-malones on Mar 13, 2013

2 photos

... they cleared the route. All quite amazing. I attach a picture of our police car. On the coach we had drinks cold flannels, sweets and fruit to keep us going and at the coffee plantation we had coffee, tea, water and cakes. The fruit basket had bananas and snake fruit. I tried snake fruit, the skin looks just like a snakes, and it tasted of Vaseline of all things. I did not like it. I did get given the fruit basket at ...

Borobudur the largest Buddha Temple

A travel blog entry by mimpi on Oct 27, 2012

11 photos

... is the largest Buddha Temple in 9th Century with 123 x 123 meter which built long centuries before Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Borobudur has 1,460 relief and 504 stupa's Buddha.
Borobudur was a worship built by King Samaratungga one of king of Ancient Mataram ...