Le Meridien Ahmedabad
Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad
Our epic train journey from Udaipur to Mumbai required a layover of a few hours in the capital of the state of Gujarat. Between our morning arrival and early afternoon departure we slotted in a walking tour around the historic city of Ahmedabad. The highlight was seeing how the crazy maze of streets in the old city was made up of tiny neighborhoods, called pols, containing about a dozen ...
... 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 ...
... crowded it was.) After successfully buying three tunic outfits and a pair of super cool pants, we all headed back to the hostile to meet up with the guys, where we headed out to the "Gujarati Dining Hall." That was certainly an experience. This was the first time that we were served as we ate. They gave us many different types of bread and cookies to dip all of the side dishes in. It was served in a typical dining hall way (like this: ...
... 8217;t go far, but come back then. Really? So we got some lunch down the street then came back to hang out until 13:30. When we got back we recognized - and were recognized by - one of the Korean families at the school apparently the three girls (7th grade, 6th grade and KG - kindergarden) have interviews the same day so we wound up chatting with their Aunt - whom they are living with here in India - until all of our names were called at ...
... little safety controls in place.
Palitana - is home to Shatrunjaya, one of the most important Jain pillgrimage sites in India - a sea of dozens of 1000-year old temples perched on top of a 600 metre hill. Pillgrimage begins at dawn, as the sun breaks over the hills, and involves climbing 3200 steps. I arrived a 6am and joined a sea of around 3-400 pilgrims already making their way up the hill. The walk was stunning, with the sun rising behind ...
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- Room service
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