Hotel CJ International
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... you will not be penalised for not keeping between the lines, and although technically the roundabouts are one way, if the traffic is particularly busy, feel free to go the wrong way around them and if you do something wrong (although we are yet to discover what that might be) then the traffic police might shout at you and blow a whistle very loudly in your direction!
We went to the Golden Temple, it is very golden and shiney in the sun, ...
... Tank of Jal Mahal used to filled with water through the tunnel
which was further connected by a long tunnel (canal) to the Beas near Kahnuwan.
The remnants of the tunnel can be seen near Baring Christian College.
Maharaja Sher Singh used to
hold meetings of his courtiers in Jal Mahal. The water reservoir was built by
Shamsher Khan while the beautiful Baradari in the centre of ...
... the crowd at the beginning to patriotic songs, chants about how great India was,
with men and women in bright colours, all mixed in a great family atmosphere. Contrast that to the Pakistan side which we could clearly see. Being a devout Muslim country, men and women sat on opposite stadia, no sign of dancing or anywhere near as much fun and frivolity, with India ...
... clean, has a fridge, complimentary water as well as a daily basket of munchies. Lots of hot water in the shower, and a wide screen TV, on which we watched part of the Bay Hill golf tournament. (It started at 10:30pm!)
We cleaned up a bit and took a walk around the grounds of the Temple. This was a pedestrian walkway through trees and manicured gardens, it was a pleasant relief from the noise, dust and crowds on the main street.
We visited ...
... water, and there is something typically Indian; first remove your shoes, then wash your feet, then step into this courtyard where hundreds of pigeons are encouraged by grain scattered everywhere. And what do pigeons do in these circumstances? You've got it. But not to the extent we did! We walked gingerly from the courtyard, and barefoot up the street to the entrance to the temple proper. Thousands of people there, mostly Sikhs - and we appear to be the only westerners. But ...