Sahati Hotel Jakarta

Jl.Taman Margasatwa No.45 Ragunan, Jakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl.Taman Margasatwa No.45 Ragunan, Jakarta.
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First day in Jakarta

A travel blog entry by mrmacdonald on Feb 23, 2014

... Governor until the election in April and will return to the senior civil service position he held before being appointed acting governor. Also me with Arif, Yusharto, Nurdin and others from the Ministry of Home Affairs Returned to Hotel late afternoon and the group walked to the "old market" to look around. Shoulder to shoulder with motor bikes and full sized ...

Shows, shopping & crazy traffic!

A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Dec 22, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... but another tale to add to my travel adventures I guess.

We have our last 2 shows this afternoon, yesterday's shows were lots of fun as the crowds were big for the last weekend before Christmas! Then it is back to Oz Christmas eve morning, just in time for the annual Christmas Eve obstacle course at gym (if anyone is free & wants to come join in let me know!)! Looking forward to spending Christmas with my family in ...

Taksi, Taksi!

A travel blog entry by jshangau on Jun 30, 2013

21 photos

... accidents.

Already it is a hot morning, have not slept much and only did fall asleep after the morning call to prayer. It will be sweltering later. Today is considered Day 1 of the intrepid tour. Day 1 is basically just a evening meet up with the guide and and nothing else. One thing I'm dreading is waking up early every morning. I'm not much of a morning person and I think the lack of sleep will get the best of me. We'll see.

I checked in at 12.30pm and saw ...


A travel blog entry by liz_turner on May 30, 2013

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... the people are Muslim. Next stop the Catholic Church opposite (apparently the mosque was designed by a catholic!) many less people inside, a few nuns and a few tourists. Very different from the last Catholic Churches I went into in Kerala. Not so many vivid carvings of Jesus on the cross with blood everywhere. Simple, blue and whit wood work, simple images that aren't too scary. Back to the hotel via the shop at the train ...

A lame adult night in

A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Dec 31, 2012

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... into the roundabout in the center of the plaza are "car free" as they call it here. They don't do this regularly, and with the tens of thousands of people in the plaza, I can't fathom what it was like with cars. Ridiculous! There were already issues and deaths from people being smothered in the crowd due to shoving and general not-getting-air. A lot like the front row in a pit at a concert in the middle of summer. Too much ...