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Travel Blogs from Chandigarh
Chandigarh is a beautiful city. We went there with Bobby, Sanjay, & Ruby. While there we visited Papa's old colleges and two gardens. We went to the rock garden & the rose garden.
The rock garden was built by Nek Chand out of recycled materials such as toilet pieces, pots, bricks, light switches, and tiles. We saw some neat shaped …
... Night was phenomenal. The Radiology students and junior techs prepared traditional dance routines, hysterical skits, some more modern song and dance as well. These are talented young people who are proud of what they do and take great pride in their work, families and culture. I was impressed. There had to be well over 100 people there. The entire department and their families, and even a special guest from the TV Show Dance India Dance Super Moms. It was like the Indian ...
... well since it took me almost 2 hours to get to the airport. Again! The flight was about 30 minutes late and I eventually got out of the airport in Bhilai where I was greeted by my cousin and his wife. Once home, I caught up with the others and we stayed up into the wee hours talking about every other thing. I was so happy to have made the effort to come here as I’m incredibly fond of my family here. They are genuinely good people, look after you so lovingly and it is so ...
... an entire lane of traffic, moving slower than a crawling speed and had music loud enough to reach the other side of the city. It was so much fun! The friends of App's taught us some moves and we were moving and shaking and sweating a little bit the whole way. Family members continued to make it rain, but this time would place the money directly into the band leader's hand. They would do this every 15 minutes or so… maybe they charged by the quarter-hour? Oh and ...
RAIPUR, DANI WEDDING
Day 1, December 11, 2012
After our long train ride from Agra, Nitin picked us up from the Raipur train station. How Lonely Planet describes Raipur, "when in Raipur, avoid the city." It's not a tourist destination to say in the least, but when here for a wedding, it doesn't really matter! Think layers of dirt on the surface of every building, tree, and "outdoorspeople." That is the same in every ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Great service and a clean room with a good view.
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