Country Inn & Suites By Carlson - Ahmedabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was similar to a Sloppy Joe that you eat by dipping your buttered roll in it. I also tried some of Anuj's locally made ice cream: vanilla with almond and pistachio. Then, to top it all off, we had jalebi, the dessert we had at the wedding last semester!! Those were so good!! I also tried a fried dough of sorts; it was similar to a cinnamon twist without the cinnamon. Needless to say, I felt very touristy. We then ...
... like a big deal, except that when I woke up, I had no idea where I was. It was like a typical foreign waiting room that you see in all the movies: loud, crowded, smelly, and overwhelming.) The only good thing that came out of being woken up was the fact that we were being called for our interview right at that moment. When we all got up to head to the commissioner's office, I could not believe the amount of people that fit into the relatively small sized waiting room. In the hallway, ...
... had a worker bring the nuts over to me, but he assigned another woman worker to us to help us with anything that we needed to find. At first it was nice, being able to just ask where something was and she would show us exactly where it was and what the best product was. But, after a while it got odd. She would follow us everywhere, as she was instructed to, but when we were just buying lotion, we did not need her help, but there she was. Finally, we were able to check out and ...
... that the British rule (via the British Trading Company) was that great. If it was not for the Brits India would be as disorganized as Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The place was full of children that were coming to honor Gandhi's life. Ann, being fair skinned, stuck out like a soar thumb and I guess I did as well, drawing attention from the children (ages 3 to about 8). The stares were obvious and once one of them broke the ...
... doesn’t apply to my first day. For that day, I want a detailed, bulleted, even color coded outline of my itinerary- expectations for both myself and my caretakers, my living situation and what to know before I begin in my new city (what I need is a stage manager to travel with me every so often). That, or I need to lock myself in my room until the wave of anxiety passes.
Regardless of how I felt the first day, I am now incredibly excited about ...