Hotel KK Continental

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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    Travel Blogs from Amritsar

    On a train through India (well, Amritsar!)

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 28, 2014

    61 photos

    ... on the poolside. We all found the Sikhs to be very friendly and photos aside, were keen to talk to us and find out where we were from. We made our way out of the temple and back across the bridge where we all met up and made our way out of the temple complex and back to the entrance so we could collect our shoes/flip flops.

    We then followed Pranay back to the centre of the city where he took us to the Jallianwala Bagh. This is a small park/memorial that was the ...

    Closing in on the Finish in Punjab

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on May 03, 2014

    30 photos

    ... had been destroyed and re-constructed several times in its history as the Sikhs had been persecuted by various groups including the British and Indira Ghandi. The temple in its form today had been completed in 1802.

    After we had collected our shoes and enjoyed a quick drink of cool, coke we headed to Jallianwala Bagh. This consists of a small park that commemorates the site where on April 13, 1919 thousands of Indians were massacred by the British during a ...

    At the spiritual centre of Sikhism.

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 07, 2014

    ... us.
    He has told us how and where we can get the best view of the ceremony, so more wandering, and loving the people in their Sikh finery, especially the turbans and the swords and daggers of the men. Baska just fell in love with so many of them, I lost count. Ok, I wasn't really counting. At one point we thought we spotted Marge Simpson helping with the sweeping, but it turned out to be someone in a strange tall blue turban. Their was also an elderly Sikh who was the ...

    An extra special day in Amritsar

    A travel blog entry by zolkower on Nov 09, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... here?" After a bathroom break, we did head off through more crazy traffic to the temple. Once there, our guides decided that we should be able to go into the central sanctuary to see it.
    Now, normally, people line up for hours for this privilege. Somehow they talked the Sikh guards into letting us in though the exit. Of course this all took quite some time, and felt a bit elitist and uncomfortable. But they were determined that as ...

    Day 9 Mon. Oc

    A travel blog entry by alexandmary on Oct 07, 2013

    13 photos

    ... hills which got steeper as we climbed the now winding road. Alex sat in the front seat next to the driver and I sat next to Felisa, a woman traveling in our group. Alex could see all the near miss accidents up close and personal. It was a long drive and our driver was tired by the time we checked into the Taragarh Palace Hotel.

    It was built in the early 1930’s by an emir of Bhawalpur ( now in Pakistan). He had intended it to be ...