Hotel KK Continental

Address: 23, Albert Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23, Albert Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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      Trains to Bikaner

      A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 10, 2015

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      ... Er lädt mich zu sich nach Hause ein und wir tauschen Nummern aus.

      Um 3:30 haben wir endlich Bikaner erreicht. Ich rufe mein 'pick up Service' mit Hilfe des Telefons von Sunny an und kaufe mir einen heißen Chai um 0.20 €. Ein freundlicher Polizist begrüßt mich mit den Worten: 'welcome to Bikaner, Sir'. Die Stadt scheint kleiner zu sein und -zum Glück- absolut gar nicht touristisch, als gedacht. Auch scheinen die Leute sehr höflich und zuvorkommend zu sein. ...

      Almost Made it to Pakistan

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... see the sections of Pakistani attendees and of course before the official ceremony began there was plenty of chanting, singing and a little impromptu competition to see which country could celebrate the loudest. In addition to the dozens of official military and border guard who were milling about trying to control the crowd, there was a super high energy master of ceremonies dressed in a full white track suit who was in charge of pumping up the Indian crowd to ...

      So long and thanks for all the chai

      A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

      19 photos

      ... I have the least amount of issues with, and for the most part think they've got a good way of thinking about things. They donate a large part of their wage or crops or whatever to donate to others around them, the temple has some 80,000 visitors a day and around 60 to 70,000 of them are fed in a huge dinning hall.

      This was one of the most fascinating parts of the whole place. A constant and steady stream of people were entering this complex, and in the first genuinely patient ...


      A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... the Retreat" ceremony.
      Soldiers from both countries march in perfect drill, going through the steps of
      bringing down their respective national flags. As the sun goes down,
      nationalistic fervour rises and lights are switched on marking the end of the
      day amidst thunderous applause.

      Jallian Wala Bagh

      The memorial at this site commemorates the 2000 Indians who were
      killed or wounded, shot indiscriminately by the British under the command ...

      Butter me up, we're in Amritsar!

      A travel blog entry by caraemma on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... A tad oily for our liking but I can see why they are so popular. Gulab Jamun was also sampled here, a doughier version of the Jalebi shaped in a little ball.

      Paneer Bhurji was our next dish. A cottage cheese based dish with Indian spices, served with a slice of white bread. Here we were taught the Indian art of making a little spoon our of your bread to dish the food into your mouth (Indians don't use any cutlery to eat... Maybe a spoon on the odd ...