Hotel Lawrence

Address: 6, Lawrence Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 6, Lawrence Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Amritsar

    Food Tour of Amritsar

    A travel blog entry by jaseross on Sep 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... cheese) in spiced sauces. There were puffed balls of thin pastry that you fill with beans and a spiced water. It was out and out indulgence for us all. Eventually we ended up drinking Chai at a shabby little place where ministers of state will pop by because it is that good.

    It was also a good opportunity to see how much this stuff costs the locals. At the end of the tour we all chipped in 2.20 each and I, for one, could not eat another thing all ...

    Closing in on the Finish in Punjab

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on May 03, 2014

    30 photos

    ... there are multiple ruins from this old Muslim regime. The site was very popular with tourists and had quite a few people even on a Tuesday afternoon.

    We then headed to the hotel for the evening where we prepared for our flight to the USA early the following morning. It is amazing to think that our grand tour is almost over. It only seems like yesterday when we were heading to the airport driven by Henry and Romina to catch our flight to South Africa.

    The ...

    From piety to pomp

    A travel blog entry by smeelog on Apr 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... it's actually this tank of water -- said to have healing powers -- which is the focus of attention. We watched as men bathed in the waters, and let the priests' continuous chant from the Guru Granth Sahib wash over us.

    The mood was one of personal introspection, interrupted only by occasional cries of protest from small children being immersed in the sacred waters against their will. It may have been a fatigue-generated calm -- you ...

    Final chapter of India

    A travel blog entry by paddykumar on Mar 02, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... aged between 10 and 18 came over to say hello and wanted photos with us. They sat and asked us a variety of questions for over an hour. Five of the younger children asked for Miss Rich's autograph on their hand! It seemed everywhere we went in Amritsar, people were staring or trying to converse with us. Finally in Amritsar we were told (by my dad) to go and visit the Attari-Waga Border ceremony. This was a border crossing between India and Pakistan. It was 35km ...

    To Amritsar

    A travel blog entry by micmorris on Nov 29, 2013

    45 photos

    ... tourist town, not like Bathinda. Very tall buildings packed very close together and more desperate shopkeepers. Hari kept having to ask for directions because the signs were very nonspecific or absent altogether. We made it to a parking lot a walked a few blocks to the temple. I picked up a handkerchief from a beggar for 10 Rs, I would need it at the temple. Arriving at the temple entrance, we checked our shoes in and walked through the main ...