Aditya Park Hyderabad

Address: Aditya Trade Centre, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500038, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Circle - X area of Hyderabad, is near Golkonda Fort, Ramoji Film City, Falaknuma Palace, and NTR Garden.
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      Today's Ride,Gadag to Hyderabad.

      A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Feb 05, 2015

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      Well after a good nights sleep on a very hard mattress ,although having said that we did sleep rather well. We were up at 6.30am,and after having breakfast and packing up,we were back on the road by 9am. We passed through many towns,Koppal very busy place with tons of traffic,and we very nearly got hit a few times,up through Gangawati,Jalwalger,Raichur and by this time we were looking ...

      Health Clinic & Community Visit to Gabilipeta

      A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 18, 2014

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      ... girl, boy chases girl, girl chases boy, there’s some action and shooting, then there’s between 4-5 major random giant coordinated dancing and singing sequences followed by boy getting the girl :P. We left the theater having decided that real life should contain giant random choreographed dance sequences.

      We piled in our sardine can for one last time to head back home. We talked about the conflicts in the Middle ...

      Your Questions Answered

      A travel blog entry by funkinfrance on Feb 14, 2014

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      ... of apartment living are quite unpredictable: whether the power will randomly shut off or the internet company will stop their service or whether we'll have hot water in our shower. Since coming here, I've gotten used to that and to Indian toilets, cold showers, and having the shower flood your bathroom floor (though this flooding-shower design is the same in practically every apartment here).

      I live with two American ...


      A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Jan 08, 2014

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      ... per person in our defense. Then when it came to ordering the main meal Olivia and I were both really wanting two things so we decided it was necessary to each get one and split them. We got veggie quesadillas and a shrimp alfredo pasta. Yummmmmm. So much food. It was so great. We all picked off of each other's plates and did pretty well for ourselves. It didn't take us long to eat really. I mean four hungry girls and some good American food. Some differences ...


      A travel blog entry by wilf_day on Mar 11, 2011

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      ... English-only, even though Telegu is the language of the 84 million people of Andhra Pradesh. Lovely traffic signs: "Safety on roads is safe tea at home." "Avoid road rage or get caged." "Road safety is a mission, not intermission."

      The bangles bazaar -- an entire street of bangles shops -- features locally-made items, as do other stores. Lovely, and far cheaper than elsewhere in India, let alone Canada.

      And our local ...