Hotel Champaner

Address: Manchi, Pavagadh, Gujarat, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Manchi, Pavagadh.
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    Travel Blogs from Pavagadh

    Day Three - Climbing to the clouds

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Feb 19, 2014

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    Another solid 8 hours sleep last night, this is working out to be quite a relaxing holiday after all! We were served a breakfast of omelet, fresh watermelon juice, masala tea, and Indian rice out in the garden...I could get used to this! After breakfast we tried going to a palace just down the road, the royals were residing there and it was also a hotel, so if you weren't staying in there you were not able to look inside. It looked pretty average anyway. Next stop was ...

    5 days down and were still alive

    A travel blog entry by shonamary on Jan 05, 2014


    Things on the road are hectic and we apologise its taken us so long to get some news to you all. It's been another long day so I'm going to write a few dot points of our adventures we arrived in jaisalmer to find that we didn't even have a rickshaw, fortunately ( although slowly) things do happen in India so within 24 hours we had a new pimped painted rickshaw ( sans battery and front wheel) * day 1 on the road included a ...

    The old world charm of beautiful monuments

    A travel blog entry by sandeepachetan on Jun 15, 2012

    10 comments, 34 photos

    Champaner is a UNESCO world heritage site that no one has heard of. When we went to a travel agent to book a car to take us from Vadodara to Champaner, he was quite surprised we wanted to spend an entire day there and asked us several times if we were sure. All of this added to the intrigue and gave it a sense of being a hidden treasure. Champaner was once a thriving capital of ...

    The New Ship... Dhow

    A travel blog entry by valeriaruiz on Aug 15, 1970

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    ... have been making excellent trades here with the merchants. All the items we have gotten here are unbelievable, we have gotten beautiful cotton textiles and indigo. Not only that but we also got polished gemstones that shine more than anything else out there and of course various gold jewelry. We all have agreed that we want things that both females and males would want,for it will become more of a trading option for us.

    Astonishing Aesthetics

    A travel blog entry by paulambrose on Jul 22, 1970

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    ... Trade Route after they regained their independence in 1390, approximately 10 years before my visit. Gujarati merchants had such a rich Muslim culture that the merchants were able to spread their religion through trade to lands east and west of India. Unlike Kilwa and Aden, Gujarat wasn't solely focused on manufacturing or trading, but did a little bit of both in all categories by trading ...