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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Giridhar Haridwar
Travel Blogs from Haridwar
... take away from the ambiance occasionally was the Hindu "ministers" (I use inverted comas simply because I don't know what they are supposed to be called!) who apparently double as crowd control! They would blast on whistles and yell at people who sat or stood in the way of others, and even occasionally wielded large sticks of bamboo to keep people in line! Not really conducive to a relaxed atmosphere! But they did do a pretty good job of keeping what grew to be ...
... where to get a ticket, which was for regular second class, pretty much as cheap as you can go (which was all that was left supposedly) that cost under $2 to go about 8 hours and was less than 1/5th of what my taxi cost. I then found the women’s waiting room and dropped my load to wait here for the next couple hours. The chairs around the outside of the room were pretty full and a woman came in to mop the floors during that time. There was a ...
... The smoothies were incredible, I had a banana, date and sugar syrup one. We spent hours lay across the cushions playing Uno, just enjoying the cool breeze. We are going to have to go back though because there is so many things on the menu me and Ni want to try! Back at the hotel we freshened up and then went for a long walk around the whole town until it got dark. There are yet again so many wonderful things I could buy, all so cheap, but there is a limit ...
... and we were offered free water, tea, biscuits, breakfast etc...Mark was in heaven - all we missed was the movie channel!
Although we left on time our train arrived half hour late which is the first time in all our training that we have arrived late. Anyway we were met by a couple of taxis and then had a hair raising hour's travel to the foothills where the town of Rishikesh is nestled alongside the mighty ...
... elephants in the wild. I have to say that the instrumental time from Out of Africa kept running through my head. Baroness Karen Blixen's house must have been built around the same time and was very similar in style. The house came with a very taciturn and intriguing housekeeper. He'd been born in the property.he must have been a child when the British were here. Late at night night he would sit with Rajeev and tell him stories of going hunting for ...