Hotel Alaknanda

Address: Belwala, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249401, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Belwala, Haridwar.
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      Travel Blogs from Haridwar

      So Far, So Good

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 15, 2014

      31 photos

      ... realising my visa has expired and I'm still planning breakfast in one of the cafes on the south side of the river.

      Well I've been here just over a week and I'm still not ******** through the eye of a needle. One habit I've had to get out of in India though is brushing my teeth in the shower. I brush my teeth in the shower because if I brush them over ...

      Visit to One of the Holiest Hindu Cities

      A travel blog entry by npacadia on Feb 21, 2014

      30 photos

      ... city of Jerusalem. Vendors were selling just about anything you can imagine, including sweets, religious items, clothing, and souvenirs. Also in the city are many temples and Ashrams. No meat or alcohol is allowed in Hardiwar.

      In many ways, our visit to Hardiwar has been the cultural highlight of our time in India - it certainly was the kind of personal experience we had both hoped to have during our time here. A very inspiring journey! ...

      Yush's mundan

      A travel blog entry by raj_and_komilla on Mar 24, 2011

      8 photos

      Another taxi ride (feeling a bit spoilt) but it's the easiest way to get to our next accomodation. Arrived in Haridwar with enough time to catch most of the India vs. Australia World cup quarter-final. We stopped off at the Ramdev (a very famous Yoga teacher) centre where we ate a delicious Rajma and rice meal for just 50p! We couldn't leave without getting a box of Gulab Jamuns - Komilla's favourite! Met Mummy and Papa late in the evening as they were running around ...

      2. A visit to a Village-Farm-House

      A travel blog entry by kailashi on Jul 04, 2010

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the drizzle, get soaked in it or be  anywhere else in lonely alleys other than lazying under the humid fan-air. However, today, I am expected in the solitude of wilderness 25 km away. It is going to be yet another enjoyable night-out under the cloudy dome of the dusky sky. Dehradun, the capital town, has lost innocense of past. Once a beautiful small town with green hedges and big gated bungalows standing on over an ...

      Haridwar and Amritsar

      A travel blog entry by tsimko on Mar 27, 2010

      33 photos

      ... front of the entrance is a vast dining hall continuously serving hungry devotees. They make really great thali there. In the kitchen can be spotted enormous pots for dhal and “chapatti factory” involving many volunteers. Tens of thousands of people get fed here every day. Everything is free – the admission to the temple, the food as well as accommodation. Donations are welcome but optional. Especially at night the complex has a magical ambience – ...