Hotel Gravity

S.C.O. 465-466, Chandigarh, 160035, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on S.C.O. 465-466, Chandigarh, is near Mar Thoma Pontifical Shrine Kodungallur (Azhikode).
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    Travel Blogs from Chandigarh

    Gosh it's very clean here

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Aug 25, 2014

    4 comments, 34 photos

    ... to swap stories later and hear all about it.

    Puneet's wife Anju joined us for lunch after she had finished her day's work at the University. As our tummies were still a little bit sensitive, she had made the most wonderful yellow dhal for us along with other things we cannot remember the name if now. She really is the most fabulous cook.

    After everyone had had a nap, she took Jody on a whistle-stop tour of Chandigarh including the Sukhna Lake ...

    Day 17 Happy Onam !

    A travel blog entry by mfraftery on Sep 16, 2013

    4 photos

    ... So now we are on Day 17 from 26 and Jijo decides to find out my problem. The doctor only looked after 5 days because I complained. There are only nine treatment days left for me and the efforts so far amount to zero improvement in bending. I am resigned to staying just to let matters take their course and establish for myself whether there is a natural remedy for my stiffness. Jijo provides a good hot oil massage for one hour this morning, after which I ...

    Sweet Kerala

    A travel blog entry by eilisandpaul on Jan 11, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... dinner at one of the many sea facing restaurants called the "Rock and Roll Cafe" where we could pick out our own fish to be cooked. They played Bob Marley constantly which I'm not sure qualifies as "Rock and Roll" but who doesn't love a bit of Marley? Especially as I was dressed for the occasion in my patterned Ali Baba trousers!

    On our 3rd night we had a lovely dinner at a restaurant specialising in Italian food. Most of the restaurants on ...

    SHIMLA TO KALKA ON THE TOY TRAIN

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 01, 2012

    26 photos

    ... furnished coupés can be scheduled and added to regular trains too.


    -We booked the Himalayan Queen at 10.30 AM. It is not fancy but it runs in the daylight!

    -The 95 km rail line opened in 1903 and has 102 tunnels, 8% of total length, and is considered a narrow gauge (2 ft 6 in width (762 mm)) engineering feat.

    - The line starts at Shimla station (2076m / 6811ft) nestled in a dense forest of deodor and pine ...

    Bangalore to Backwaters (by Dan)

    A travel blog entry by dandies on Aug 15, 2012

    38 photos

    ... Dutch Palace, Jewish town and a few spice shops while getting a proper sweat on in the very hot and humid weather.

    The first night we went down to the ocean and chose some fresh fish from the fishmongers, where our catch had been caught in the chinese fishing nights during the day. We chose a big sea bass and some prawns and took it to some local shacks nearby who cooked it up with some rice and chappati's. lush. No beer tho as Cochin was another ...