Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers

Address: Jalan Embong Malang 25-31, Surabaya, Java, 60261, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Jalan Embong Malang 25-31, Surabaya.
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      Our holiday begins... and the missing bag saga

      A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 05, 2014


      ... where to send it. So, back we went to pack up for our first part of the trip. At this point it was after 9 pm and the malls were all closed. I hadn’t bought anything when we were running around earlier since two different airports assured me that my bag would be on it. So I borrowed some pjs and a shirt from Nalini and had to make do with jeans and the shirts I had taken as carry-on. We went to bed after midnight, but we were ready for our first jaunt the next ...

      Pangkalan Bun and Tanjung Puting National Park

      A travel blog entry by willandamy on Feb 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... park.

      Our boat was bright yellow and painted with Orangutans so you could see us coming. On board was a Captain, a Co-Captain, a Cook and our Guide. We were quite surprized to have four people looking after us. To enter the national park we had to go down a tributary of the huge river. On the banks of the river at this point were huge Napia Palms, their leaves can grow to a massive ten meters in length. It was in this part that we ...

      Chinese New Year

      A travel blog entry by katihanson on Jan 21, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... when Chinese houses are cleaned from top to bottom, to sweep away any traces of bad luck, and doors and windowpanes are given a new coat of paint, usually red. The doors and windows are then decorated with paper cuts and couplets with themes such as happiness, wealth and longevity printed on them.

      Typically red packets called Hong Bao, with money tucked inside are given out as a symbol of good luck. ...

      The Itchy and Scratchy Show

      A travel blog entry by worldsteps on Nov 16, 2011

      ... airport and fly to Jakarta. The nearest airport with reasonably priced flights to Jakarta was Bali. I did not want to go back to Bali, but what other choice did I have? I stood by the road outside of Suryo's cyber cafe, flagged down the first crowded bus I saw, took a seat on a plastic stool in the middle of the aisle because all the seats were full and as I heard the chicken four rows in front of me cluck, I knew Java had gotten the best of me. Java had won this time.


      Ok, An amazing dinner and some things I've noticed

      A travel blog entry by 1stclasscamping on Sep 29, 2011


      ... dinner was family style, they brought out dish after dish of stuff. Two different kinds of fish, chicken, shrimp, vegetables, more chicken, some tofu stuff, another great dish with delicious peanut sauce, plus some really good coconut drink. The food just kept coming. It was traditional Javanese food, apparently. So, in the traditional american way, I ate until I felt terrible about myself. (I had to in order to clear all the ...