Grand Lilly Resorts

Address: G.T. Road, Paragpur, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144005, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on G.T. Road, Paragpur, Jalandhar.
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      Off to the Punjab we go!

      A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Mar 23, 2012

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      ... fancy. They had a rooftop infinity pool, and the rooms were really nice. Once we put our belongings down, we went to a McDonalds because I really wanted to try some of their local burgers. I ordered a McSpicy Paneer, and it was absolutely amazing and I wish they had them in the states! After we ate, we decided to call it a night. The next morning I woke up and decided to swim in the infinity pool. The water was freezing, but it was still fun. After the swim, we all had ...

      Late but great !

      A travel blog entry by arvandtherese on Jan 21, 2012

      41 photos

      ... to get to the other side.

      The man at the entrance motions us to come in; not sure if we are setting ourselves up for a sales pitch we decide to risk it anyway and are shown into a small hall where a hundred or so people are listening to a priest giving a sermon .There are posters on the wall of a guru; presumed living as they are blown up photos. After listening for a few minutes we are about to leave when an old man beckons to us and after removing our shoes we are ...

      Ahem...It's Coming Out the Other End

      A travel blog entry by nvw on Jan 04, 2010

      1 comment

      ... of their hearts. Every single day Ranjit would invite us in for chai and sweets. Her husband cooked us chicken biriani for supper, and they would randomly invite us for supper or bring us left over food since they knew we were useless at cooking for ourselves. They also unplugged our toilet and helped us clean. These were the most amazing people.

      I needed to figure out the safest way to get to Delhi with the fog. I was bound and ...

      Wedding Preparations

      A travel blog entry by indiadec09 on Dec 27, 2009

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      ... feel very welcomed into their life.

      We walked to Amandeep’s Uncle’s house to watch caterers prepare and make the sweets for the wedding. A fascinating process to watch huge amounts of dough being made and then put through strainers to make different shapes and then fried. After being cooked, the sweets will be air and sun-dried for a day and then placed in boxes and handed to guests in return for the money and gifts they ...

      Getting Worn Down

      A travel blog entry by nvw on Nov 30, 2009

      ... our ability to do laundry, so I was constantly wondering if I'd have enough clean underwear to last me. Clothes took days to dry too as the sun disappeared and the fog set in. The internet stick was always breaking so we had patchy internet at best. I also had my wallet stolen out of my backpack while I was wearing it, and after multiple phone calls to VISA and my bank, neither were able to send me replacement cards, leaving me with a dwindling cash supply and no means of accessing ...