University Hotel

Address: Jl. Anggrek No. 137D Sambilegi Maguwoharjo, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jl. Anggrek No. 137D Sambilegi Maguwoharjo, Yogyakarta, is near Prambanan Temples, Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

Yogi Yogi Yogi Oi Oi Oi

A travel blog entry by natandross on Jun 05, 2014

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Unfortunately in the run up to our Gili Island visit we had received some bad news from home, meaning that we would have to cut short our trip by two weeks. Originally we had wanted to spend two weeks in Bali/Gilli's and two in Java, however that would now have to be reduced slightly. Still itching to see some of Java, we decided to go straight to Yogyakarta from the Gili Islands, from where we could then easily get back to Jakarta and start the long trip home ...

French Cinema Bakery

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Jan 29, 2014

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... about Buddha and the idea is to keep going to the top when the story reaches enlightenment. For us the top level was a hilarity of school girls taking our picture, filming us and even recording our speech! It was strange for us but the girls were so sweet and I read they're sometimes sent to the temple by their teacher to practise their English. We've actually noticed on many occasions when we ask kids how their English is so good they say from talking to tourists - we have ...


A travel blog entry by lauraandy on Oct 09, 2013

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... br> The next day we got the latest we could whilst still ensuring breakfast was being served and filled our boots. They had everything to cater for the western breakfast or a local one too with fried rice, chicken and noodles. We filled our boots with cereal, toast, fresh fruit and omelettes before we jumped on one of the many rickshaws and made our way to the Kraton where the Sultan and his people still live. We walked around for a while and it reminded us of the ...

Yogyakarta & surrounding area, 5-6 October 2013

A travel blog entry by bennettdoesasia on Oct 05, 2013

... also one of the three dams built to try to block the flow of lava that every so often gushes towards the nearby population centre. The two other dams were built further up the hillside towards the volcano, which was just out of sight over the brow of the hill. I find it remarkable that so many people in Indonesia have chosen to live in the midst of such dangerous geological beasts. But one must bear in mind that the land around volcanoes is usually incredibly fertile. I for ...

Yogya, Borobudur, Prambanan & Merapi

A travel blog entry by leopold2507 on Aug 01, 2013

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... little lobby by a smiley guy in an orange t-shirt who was to be my driver for the day. What a fantastic experience having a driver! Anyway he was not only smiley but also very fast as a driver and we actually made it to Borobudur before 6, which is when the thing opens to all visitors except those staying at some hotel who can go in basically anytime! Thankfully I had my student card which made it cost half (95k=6quid). The hilarious thing is that they photocopy every student ...