Sahid Jaya Solo

Address: Jl. Gajah Mada No. 82, Solo, Java, Indonesia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Jl. Gajah Mada No. 82, Solo.
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      Travel Blogs from Solo

      The rest of Jogja and Solo

      A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Nov 07, 2014

      ... we had a brief visit to Solo. It's meant a to be the second cultural capital of Java after Jogja, except a lot less westernised so still encapsulates java aide culture - so we were expecting good things, but to be honest it was quite uninteresting. We stayed in a strange run down 'paradise', palace style homestay which was located near the main cultural heart of the city. This cultural heart featured two main roads full of electrical ...

      Solo, Theatre and Temples

      A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... chairs with numbers on the back and then many rows of wooden chairs,
      everyone sat where they liked. This theater experience was good fun, firstly it
      is very casual so people came and went a lot. Secondly despite a no smoking
      sign on the way in everyone smoked. Thirdly it was so casual that many people
      had a little chat or spoke on their mobile phones during the performance.
      Finally you did not necessarily need a ticket as some people ...

      Bike and Horse Carriage Tour

      A travel blog entry by maexme on Sep 29, 2013

      7 photos

      ... factory we saw a lobby area, where instruments from a traditional Javanese Gamelan were held: Kempul gongs and sarons. We went to the back of the factory where the Kempul gongs were produced. A kempul gong is a flat circular instrument made of metal, and in the area of the factory we were we could see the fire the artisans used for the production. We could also see finished gongs and one of the workers showed us how to make it sound (holding ...

      And the stress of leaving starts...

      A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7 on Sep 05, 2013

      ... worked afternoons though because she didn't come to talk to us until 3:30. She is so nice but I didn't really enjoy this afternoon. It kind of felt like she was trying to make up for lost time, showing us videos, and explaining her method, etc. And I'm still not quite sure what is going on with our evaluations. It sounds like she has got some feedback from therapists but that ...

      Temples and waterfall

      A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7 on Aug 25, 2013

      Today we went to some local Hindu temples: Candi Sukuh and Candi Ceto. The were both small but it was kind of nice because they weren't as crowded as Borobudur and Prambanan. I really enjoyed Candi Sukuh. I could have stayed at the top forever, it was so peaceful. I had a lot of fun taking pictures. After seeing the temple we had lunch. Rabbit sate- it came with peanut sauce ...