Sriwedari Hotel

Address: Jalan Laksda Adisutjipto KM 6, Yogyakarta, Java, 55281, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Jalan Laksda Adisutjipto KM 6, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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      Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

      Waiting for a visa

      A travel blog entry by djgoes on Jan 01, 2015

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... temples survived side by side and as the religious powers changed over the centuries, they didn't destroy what was built to create their own version of how the world works. Lessons CAN be learned from history.
      Dec. 31 Ben has graciously offered to take us down to the immigration office to start the extent ion process for our stay here in Indonesia. We've read that it is a 2 day process ( it is 4 days) but with New Years and the upcoming weekend it ...

      Temples and Palaces

      A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Nov 04, 2014

      2 photos

      ... earthquakes, and even so were both quite underwhelming in their grandeur. The palace was a confusing assortment of buildings and marble platforms, with museums showcasing seemingly random objects. Perhaps if there was some information we might have had a better idea! At the water castle I was expecting to see something a lot more decorative (something like the indoor pool at Hearst Castle, California). But it again was a ...

      Heatwave kills 2 English misses in Yogyakarta...

      A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Sep 18, 2014

      34 photos

      ... Fair enough Sultan, I'll let you off. The Sultan's Water Palace (Taman Sari), a collection of pools and smaller palaces built within the 'Kraton' complex by the Sultan's Portuguese architect in the 1760s, was personally, much more impressive. Much of this was damaged by an earthquake, but most of the bathing pools have now been restored. The 'Kraton' is also a kind of microcity within a city... inhabited by over 25,000 locals and hosting a labryinth of ...

      Batik, temples, and lots of Gado-Gado!

      A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment

      ... from ancient skeletons in stone coffins, to an authentic Balinese temple that they had brought over piece by piece. Other memorable displays included a full set of puppets and masks for theatre (about 250), a very large collection of Kris blades, and a display showing the Jogjakarta method of batik (very different from the one I was taught at school). All in all, a very worthy trip.

      We also saw The Kraton; the compound in which the sultan of Jogja lives. The ...

      Officially the start of my fifth month

      A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Jan 05, 2014

      23 photos

      ... on. The village itself sits on the foot of Mount Merapi, the worlds most active volcano, which is what I had come to see. A trek organised through Vogels hostel will cost you 160,000, breakfast, lunch and English speaking guide included. Staying at Vogels, its cheap and worth it just to meet Christian. The man is quite simply a legend. I'll get back to him shortly. 60,000 will get your a private room, with a shared shower/bathroom with cold water. The hostel is ...