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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by King Vikramaditya (1st century BC) in memory of his brother Bharthariwho died here The most sacred ghat within Har Ki Pauri is Brahmakund.
Chandi Devi Temple It was constructed in 1929 A.D. by the king ...
... of the crazy travel agent warehouse. When a young man entered I nearly said who's son is he, and realised he was actually the aforementioned daughter, with a beard, and the voice of Joe Pasquale. I was wrongly excited when the bus arrived and ran over the road to escape the almost certain fratricide. This was not the deluxe bus on the picture, and I was the only foreigner on it. There was a huge guy spralled across both beds in my bunk and he took alot of moving, and a lot more ...
... soya and tofu eventhough I'm a meat eater (I know I'm an odd one like that but I worked in a vegetarian and vegan restaurant for about two years). Alcohol is also illegal in this part of India so I feel like I've been on a health retreat of some kind, which I guess is good considering I will be on a beach in just over a week I haven't felt this healthy for a long time I'm telling you, not just our diet this week but also the meditation ...
... she was trying on a garment), that it looked good at the "back-side". A comment that brought somewhat an amazed look. When the shopkeeper was told of what it meant in "Oz", he became rather embarrassed. I guess this will become a bragging tool for Gay for some time to come. It must be pointed out, that none of the remaining 3 travellers, offered a comment as to whether the shop keeper made a prudent judgement !! Your call on that one: ...
... River into the pilgrimage city of Haridwar. Millions of people flock here to the banks of the Ganges to strip and dip in the river to wash away their sins. A nightly evening ceremony finds worshippers lighting candles in floating flower arrangements and sending them down the river for the same purpose. After witnessing this fascinating and atmospheric ritual we wandered through the surrounding bazaar, stopping for some delicious milk-based burfi and ...