Mason Pine Hotel

Address: Jl. Raya Parahyangan KM. 1.8, Bandung, Java, 40714, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Jl. Raya Parahyangan KM. 1.8, Bandung, is near Saung Angklung Udjo, Gedung Sate, Museum of The Asian-African Conference, and Bank Indonesia Building.
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    Travel Blogs from Bandung

    2nd day

    A travel blog entry by redrubylaser on Apr 04, 2015

    ... to Bandung but it was so packed. So we decided not to go in the end. Headed for lunch at about 12 at kampong Daun, it's a really nice place and each family is assigned to a "kampong" each. But, it's quite pricey. We spent 400,000+ there. After lunch, we headed to pasar baru. It's a place for Muslims to shop. So yup spent around 2 hrs there. After which we headed back to the hotel because it was raining heavily and it was alr 5+pm Total amt spent= ...

    A multifaceted country

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 18, 2014

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    ... put up with but isn't recommended. Or you could squeeze into the (open air) space at the back of the ferry, by the noisy engines, which at least gives you air and a sight of the sea behind. The best option, however, and one we were prepared to fight for, is on top with the pilot. On the Semaya ferry we travelled on they only allow about 15-20 people upstairs and we clambered dangerously along narrow foot ways and over steel barriers to make sure we got our spaces. Once there it's ...

    450km of Adventure touring!

    A travel blog entry by bkprime on Aug 09, 2013

    19 photos

    ... took my gear off (biking shoes aka safety shoes, shin guards, padded vest, motocross helmet & balaclava) and laid down for a while. Time to call base (home) and say "I am OKAY!". That's where I snapped the foto 3.

    Thereon, the progress was slow as traffic had increased by now. I had booked a hotel in Bandung (nicknamed the Paris of Indonesia, for reasons unknown to mankind); but the check-in was at 1400. So I decided to goto Tangkuban Perahu (a dormant volcano) about ...

    A Good Feeling Moment

    A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Feb 28, 2013

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    ... by Angkot. The Angkot stands for Angkutan Kota (Transportation City) and impromptu kind of transport system. It's a mini-van stripped in the back with benches set up and it can cost between rp1000-5000 depending on how far you went or if they want to charge bule more.

    So I caught the Angkot going down Dago, and even though I had to transfer because my driver felt like turning off to get more passengers on a parallel street, I was able ...

    1 Week Holiday with Alice the Aussie

    A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Sep 29, 2012

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    ... of your life you visit the rock, but if you've already gotten the love of your life...stay away! you'll break up with them. LOL

    So we made it all the way down and it was a bit overcast, but that was fine, it can get so hot in the sun. Lee wasn't a fan of the water, so it was just Kyle and I, Alice and Erin and Asep that went for the boat ride. Getting into the boat was pretty hilarious, because you have to duck down and climb over each and every seat. But ...