Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Ahmedabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... his work is profound. In between time we had to go to the Calico Museum, a major military task in signing in and out and so we gave it the flick and went back to the Ashram as this was the major focus for coming to Ahmedabad. We had a fabulous lunch and are loving the cuisine. GT is keen to drop the tour guide experience and just stop and take in the sights. To our amazement we ...
It was decided that instead of using a public bus we would hire a bus to get to Ahmedabad. Bus left at 6am and arrived around 1.30pm. Not the best of journeys but better having hired the bus! Ahmedabad was described as not the best place by our CEO. The highlight being the hotel. Unfortunately due to an overbooking we got moved hotels to another one not quite so good, but only for one night. We entered the state of ...
... drink in the world, a Limca, a soda similar to Sprite or Fresca, or a bottle of water as well as a meal. The meals range from Plain Dosa, a South Indian dish similar to a crepe that you dip in either coconut chutney or sambar, my preference, and it is Gluteen-Free, to the lunch special consisting of white rice, roti, a curried potato, and some other dipping sauce the consistency of soup, and uthappam, a thick pancake made with a rice and lentil batter, which you ...
... based learning, using warm-up activities and personal experiences/explorations to teach the class. Not a bad way to learn, and as a result- my previous training has fed nicely into this experience - but it’s something I like to teach rather than participate in...although maybe I’m just being lazy). Meaning that we had a warm-up activity that was loosely related to the topic - a kind of camp game where everyone grabs someone else’s ...
... The next day was not so eventful; we ventured out into the grey polluted town and were not welcomed in the usual Indian style. Of course there was the typical staring but this time even more intense. In a majority Muslim area there were no women to be seen, we missed their brightly coloured clothes and the comfortable feeling they gave us. After about 20 minutes wandering the streets, being harassed and followed the majority of the time, we headed straight back ...