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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Hotel Chandigarh
only drawback was the poor internet but that seems to be the norm in india
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... the birth of Krishna, a big Hindu festival. We loved witnessing the very colourful celebrations and even shared a meal with 2 delightful older Indian gentlemen so we could get a good view of proceedings.
After 4 days of eating, walking, finding out about the history of the area and its importance in the Independence negotiations, we were ready to move in to our last Indian stop: Chandigarh.
We went on the Toy Train, an amazing feat ...
... and they take photos with her and act all giddy like they are meeting royalty or something. It’s quite heart-warming to be honest, there are some people in India who are lovely; completely bat **** crazy but lovely.
The woman and her son swap details with Hayley so that they can be friends on Facebook. We looked at our pad after they left and they had kept their own details and left our details. They swapped them again though when the woman came back with some ...
... Chandigarh's city centre is made up of large squares each side having rows of single shops fronting onto the square, So one front could have all clothing shops and across the square could be a row of kitchen shops.This meant a lot of walking either around the squares or crossing from one to another. Although the buildings are three stories high, the main shops are on the ground floor, along with ...
... help' of Uncle-G. After a massive que fight Shaun managed to FINALLY drag himself and two tickets out of the writhing mass of Indian bodies and we clambered on to the 'Delux VIP' bus.
Someone once told us (please ignore the spelling) "Sab Sguch Meliga" meaning anything is possible in India!
What a #@*******FFFFF load of @#@*SSSSSSSSS that turned out to be!!!!!!! (at least as far as buses are concerned)
Still gotta love India right : ) : ) : ) : ) : )
The first thing you notices when you arrive in Chandigarh is the complete lack of honking. Everyone honks in India. It's not like at home where people honk to avert disaster. Because there are no rules of the road in India, people honk to let other people know that they're nearby. The result is a complete cacophony of honking, at all times, at all hours of the day. Eventually it just becomes background noise.
Then, you ...