Fortune Hotel Landmark
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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children also can profit from them.
I was fascinated just to see how
communication between the kids and between children and teachers is
going on, without a word...
For me, it was good that at least this
time my hand- food-communication was somehow useful. Most impressive
was the dance lesson, which all kids enjoyed very much. They moved in
the rythm of the ...
We started early morning after breakfast at Hotel Mansingh, Ajmer. Breakfast was good and that was a good respite from poorly maintained rooms.
We headed towards Digambar Jain Temple, and Soni Ji ki Nasiya. It was pleasant surprise and I would say it is the must visit place for Jains and others. Thousands of pieces crafted in copper, metal and Gold, arranged to form the life story of Lord Adinath, the first ...
... down the best meal that I have had in India so far (possibly even one of the best restaurants that I have ever been to).
Sixteenth Day in India – January 22, 2013
The morning began by having a breakfast date with the Bell’s. It is always great to talk to them one-on-one. It brings me back home to Saturday mornings with Mom and Dad. We talked about many things along the lines of ancestry, religion, church, and family. I explained to them that it ...
... few of us decided to go check out the riverfront where the Kite Festival would be hosted. It was beautifully empty. The space was huge, and it was crazy to think about just how many people would be there within a day. We got back to the hostile with plenty of time to do something else that day, so us girls and Ann went to Alpha One Mall to buy tunics. It was the first time that we fit five people in one rickshaw. (We have photo documentation that I posted just to ...
... picture). The story we were told was that they are so called because they were built on soft ground to add protection from earthquakes and many years ago, this was put to the test by a visiting Englishman, who shook one. It broke. Flash forward to 2012 and there was me, looking around the site and staying well clear of them, as I could foresee a Mr Bean/Frank ...