Hotel Express Residency

Address: Jamnagar-Dwarka Highway, Jamnagar, Gujarat, 361140, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jamnagar-Dwarka Highway, Jamnagar.
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    Travel Blogs from Jamnagar

    Gujarati wedding

    A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Feb 04, 2014

    33 photos

    ... to see because people were walking in front of the stage constantly.

    It was a gorgeous week full of beautiful ceremonies, delicious food and a great hospitality. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, something that doesn’t happen as much as I would like to. But the best part of the wedding was the bridal couple; they were so in love, it was hard to miss. Even though they didn’t kiss once, not even after the big 'yes’. ...

    Scary Bus Journey

    A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 19, 1993

    ... stuff in until the late night bus to Bhuj.

    Jamnagar was renowned for its tie die products and so we went to check out their market area in the town. What was available quite impressed us and I ended up buying two die dye kurta pyjamas, and Andy bought some nice wall hangings.
    Jai got given a scarf as we were leaving.

    We returned to our hotel room and from watching telly there learnt of bombs that had lately killed and maimed people in Calcutta and Bombay. It ...

    Indian industry

    A travel blog entry by evanc on Dec 23, 1970

    1 photo

    ... later, the ship was stuffed with African goods like ebony, slaves, and ivory in return. During my time here, I have realized that Gujarat is not just a trading city; Gujarat produces some of the finest items I have came across so far. Their skilled leather workers produce the finest skins in all of the sea. On top of that, colorful sleeping mats are a must have in the Middle East. I've also noticed fascinating textiles as well as beads and cloth.
    As for me, ...

    The New Ship... Dhow

    A travel blog entry by valeriaruiz on Aug 15, 1970

    3 photos

    ... the dhow because our ship was starting to have a few issues and we had to stop or else flooding would have occurred and we are in no position to lose all the cargo we have gotten throughout the voyage. Also, recently they have informed us that we have been traveling in the months that have the monsoons going the opposite way from us. The people here in Gujarat have been helpful and have welcomed us with great hospitality. ...

    Astonishing Aesthetics

    A travel blog entry by paulambrose on Jul 22, 1970

    1 photo

    ... 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 ...