Hotel King Palace

Address: Khanpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380001, India | Hotel
 
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      Calico Musuem, Festival Prep, Street Life

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... in the world” by my Footprints guide. It is owned by a trust and located in a beautifully refurbished Haveli set in manicured botanical gardens. Its a calm retreat from the noisy, dirty world outside. Its free, but entrance is strictly by appointment only and includes a two hour guide around some of the collection. Restrictions on visitors are to provide a guided service and to ensure the exhibits are only exposed to artificial light for a short a time ...

      Ahmedabad - Gandhi's home (1917-1930)

      A travel blog entry by furquan_arifa on Apr 12, 2013

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      ... but still nothing. Eventually we got to some staircase that rose up from the road and that was it – a route leading to the courtyard. So why no minaret? Well it turns out there were two full minarets originally built but the 1819 earthquake halved their height and hence why you can’t see it from a distance.

      So that was our tour stop done, now time to head to the hotel for a rest and a visit later in the evening to Kankaria Lake and the night ...

      Week 3: Food, Culture, History, and Architecture

      A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 21, 2013

      1 comment, 117 photos

      ... before. We were hot commodities; more than usual, something that I never thought to be possible. As we walked through the Teen Darwaza, the large 3 arches into Old Town Ahmedabad, built in 141 AD, (if I had known that then, I would have walked much slower and looked at all the details instead of just running through it), it felt like we were walking into a place where all of the people in India were shopping. No number of warnings could have prepared me for just how ...

      Ellis Bridge

      A travel blog entry by kasturi on Jul 07, 2012

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      ... and at night, when it is decorated with rows of lights (on special occasions), it looks like frills of a girls frock.

      Many couple stand by to enjoy the evening cool breeze and relax. Whereas there are some who choose this as a place to commit suicide. But this trend is decreasing day by day due to the steady increase in traffic.

      Why I chose to go there, spend some time and take shots? …The reason behind is "Times ...

      Macshite

      A travel blog entry by henrytheplant on Oct 24, 2010

      3 photos

      ... music. At some horrendous hour and feeling a little dizzy from lack of sleep, I arrived at the city of Ahmedabad....

      ...stopped here for only a day, partly to break up the journey to Mumbai, but also to catch up with the photographers I'd met in Diu. Had a little sleep in the morning, then met up with the guys in the early afternoon. Was tricked into going to Macdonalds for dinner which was as dissapointing as it was disgusting (as you can imagine from a country that ...