Avion Holiday Resort

Address: Fly Over Junction, Lonavla, Maharashtra, 401201, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fly Over Junction, Lonavla, is near Karla Caves and Lohgarh Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Lonavla

    Village Surprise

    A travel blog entry by cbctrips on Feb 04, 2015

    30 photos

    ... village starting arriving and in no time we were as busy as we could be. We left there around 5pm, pretty tired but also impressed by this village. They seemed to care about one another and wanted to help each other out. Nice to see.

    Returning to the orphanage we had to prepare for another eye camp for the pastors and their wives who were attending the training. There were about 75 folks that ...

    Practically a saga

    A travel blog entry by india2010 on Mar 04, 2010

    ... turns sleeping during the 14 hour journey. We were also told that in addition, four people were separated from the rest of the group. Again, no problem so I offered to sit separate with three other girls. We got on the train and got comfortable. There was a nice Indian couple in the other two beds who were really accommodating and let us store our bags under their bed. Fine, we are happy. Then Manu (our tour leader) came over to us in ...

    Matheran - Floral Paradise

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 06, 2008

    1 comment, 303 photos

    ... just a dried out river bed. We soon found ourselves parallel to the Panorama trail, but about 60 m higher. The path came out onto Governors plateau where the state govt. and VSNL have installed their antennae towers. This grassland is larger than the one at Berry, and was similarly covered in various grasses and wildflowers. Horses had obviously grazed in several places. The air was very clean and ...

    Matheran Hill Railway

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 05, 2008

    ... be paid before we could get through. So I sat on the platform and looked at the layout; the tight radius of the terminal loop and the recent ash in the loco pit. This should have prepared me to hear a whistle of the same pitch as an NIM air horn but of a fuller timbre echoing through the trees. The daily freight was approaching, its 0-6-0 hissing along in the dappled sunlight of this open forest. But its wagons! - a van of one ton capacity, a tiny four-wheel open truck and a bogie ...

    Bombay to Goa by train...

    A travel blog entry by spit74 on Aug 06, 2006

    ... Trying to find which platform our train was departing from looked ominous if not downright impossible. So, leaving Ruth with a fellow backpacker intent on receiving a beating by skinning up in front of the roving policemen, I went off in search of a railway official. Eventually, I came across a commotion on one of the platforms. Pushing through the crowd I saw what appeared to be a uniform (not unlike that worn by our concierge from earlier. - Job lot?) and, with a ...