Klassic Gold Hotel
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... we were settled on our train before saying our goodbyes and sending us on our way. I think we have made a new friend for life. Matt has already promised him we will be back next year!? We were in the A1 carriage which is the nicer carriage of the train. We also had two tier which means there were two bunk beds on either side of the rooms, a lot better then 3 tier (3 bunks on each side). Once the air con finally began to work we went off to sleep. - ...
... still stand. This is all I could gather as for the history of it is concerned.
Jama Masjid or the Friday Mosque is a place where I chose to visit on a non-Friday to avoid crowd. I'll suggest one should go there early morning, keeping in mind the heat of Gujrat. Yes, because one has to enter without the shoes and it is a huge wide open courtyard. Walking on marble with bare feet under scorching sun can be a ...
... that we wanted to. After exhausting the number of photographs that I could take, we headed back to the security check to get our passports and then back to the hostel. When we got back, I headed to CEPT to grab lunch with Kunmi and get internet for a little bit. I ordered a plain uttapam, always a good choice, and we met a Czech couple. They said that they were only in Ahmedabad for a day to see the architecture at CEPT, but were in India for 2 months. After uploading some ...
... told me “Madam, you can buy these as souvenirs, this is jhali of Siddi Sayeed Mosque carved out in silver plates”. When I went to see the Expo, I came across, this symbol carved out of wood, real big ones, which you can buy and attach it to your own Bunglow. When I went to see the Wall Painting Exhibition, this symbol was the recurrent choice of many.
I remember the day, I went to see this, the first time. My ...
... know about pre-term planning in typical American schools is that the teacher gets into their classroom, sets up their games, books and gathers materials for the students before they come in. You may greet co-teachers as you pass them in the hallway, or chat while you eat lunch with them, but in general, you are setting up for your class on your own (If I am wrong on that, please correct me).
At this school- the teachers work entirely as a team. ...