Hotel Meenal

Address: Bhawani Top Circle, Alwar, Rajasthan, 301001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bhawani Top Circle, Alwar.
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      A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Apr 18, 2014

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      ... up to promote and sell Indian handicrafts. They do sell some lovely stuff but we simply don't have room for any more.

      Pawan gets us out of the car, points to the door and rather sheepishly slinks off in to a side building. We go in and say we have to sign a form for the guide Manoj. The guy inside offers to show us round but when we say we have been to India five times and have seen it all before he is not pushy. We ask him to go to find Pawan and ask him what needs to ...


      A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Apr 14, 2014

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      ... On the other hand it is great that there are enough people in India with an income sufficient to go to malls and live in expensive housing. There is still an awfully long way to go but it has been good to see on each of my visits to the country that there is a way forward and especially in the last fifteen years or so things really are changing for the better.

      We carry on south west and pass through a town called Bhiwadi. Even here in what a few years ago would have been ...

      Haggling in Kishangarh

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 13, 2014


      ... the children stood up to receive their presents. "Thank you." "You're welcome." "Thank you." "You're very welcome." "Thank you." "You are welcome." Over and over again for 62 times for each gift; it was a lucky decision on our part to purchase 70 of each item rather than 60! A few children, after saying thank you, asked "What is your name?" But when I told them and asked for theirs, their English extended no further ...

      A Rural Retreat

      A travel blog entry by barbiewyatt on Jul 12, 2013

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      ... After the almost regular afternoon rain we headed to a beautiful lake that was just a few Kim's along the road. The water was very calm and one could 'feel the serenity'. Overlooking the lake is a small palace (now a restaurant) that affords great view of the lake especially so from the upper levels. There are several boating options on the lake, varying from pedalos to motor boats. I chose to take a ride on a scooter boat (jet ski) which raced around the lake at 150 ...

      A LONG DAY

      A travel blog entry by c2miller on Apr 08, 2013

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      ... train passes and barrier goes up, we all surge together (much like a rugby scrum) and, with much honking and manouvering, seem to sort ourselves out slowly (usually in the middle of the tracks) into 2 separate opposing lanes of traffic.

      Finally made it to Alwar, a biggish town, but did not stop there. Instead we carried on further into the countryside to our hotel Alwar Bagh which is built in a heritage style. It is surrounded by the Aravalli ...