Hotel City Plaza 7
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... effort with commemorative memorials in nice gardens right outside. Having arrived two hours ahead of our train departure time we had plenty of time to people watch as we stood enjoying the sunshine outside the busy station, packed with a huge military presence that day but not sure why - do like a man in a uniform. Dont know if it was the military presence or if just the norm but the atmosphere was also very calm and orderly, no tooting of tuk tuks ...
... alongside it and jump on while it was still moving. We had no idea what we were supposed to do.
Hayley asked the most smartly dressed man that we could find if he knew where the bus station was. The smarter you look, the more chance you might speak English and have some clue as to how this town works. He kindly directed us around the corner to the bus station, he said that we should be able to catch a bus to Rishikesh from there.
The bus station was horrible; ...
... coming up with the most wonderful combinations. After a woman is married in India she wears about 6 inches of bangles on each arm for 6 months. Several of our students had these bracelets, just beautiful. Of course we also had to get henna tattoos. There were many young adult men on the sidewalks with books full of designs. I let our power shopper choose my design and then we rushed back to the hotel to get ready for the Culture Event night at the hospital auditorium. ...
After a long slightly painful bus journey we arrive in Amritsar and find our hotel. Our room is huge and has a double height ceiling...luxury you would think apart from the fact it was snowing here last week and is still very cold. All we want is some warm food and to relax. The restaurant we had planned on going to had changed and was ridiculously upmarket, I couldn't bring myself to drag my dusty self in there. Another tuk tuk to the other end of town, manic here but in ...
... India was amazing. We've got some great memories and have met some wonderful people along the way. Traveling
through India isn't the easiest of undertakings but, on a positive note, the rest of Asia should be a breeze!
After the longest three days of our trip so far we jumped very happily onto a train out of Chandigarh and headed to Delhi. We stayed there for an excited overnight stay then flew to Thailand the next day. Bangkok here we come.