Hotel Park View
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a visit is situated in the Kankhal. Legend has it that Sati immolated herself in this kund.
Bharat Mata Mandir Bharat Mata Mandir was inaugurated on 15 May 1983 by Indira Gandhi on the banks of the river Ganges. It ...
We had all sorts of trouble trying to get travel from Amritsar to Haridwar. October is the Holiday season and all of the students were heading home, along with a great many people heading away for festivals. We could only get waitlist tickets so we were counting on somebody cancelling their booking but that didn't happen. There was nothing else for it. The time had come to brave the Cattle Class…
As we boarded the train it looked like we ...
... For dinner we went to an organic restaurant up the road,again vegetarian but great food I had a lasagne which was really good. For dessert we all treated ourselves and bought some chocolate and sweets. Me and Anna ate our goodies in bed and watched insidious because it was the only English movie on and I scared myself to death so we eventually turned it off and decided it's bed time. Tomorrow will be a long drive back to Delhi and were dreading it ...
... and the like. Many accounts of being confronted to purchase etc, but one which I personally experienced was when a person (badged with an "official Indian Government information gatherer" tag) confronted me and wanted money when collecting personal information about me. He promptly left after I gave my occupation as "Prime Minister of Australia". Perhaps he didn't vote for me / was it a lie ? Somewhat disappointing that this process didn't reach ...
... a few giant lines (well jostling crowds vaguely resembling a line) of hundreds of people and a few short lines. The signs in front of the glass-partitioned counters were not in English so we had to use the tried and true method of asking people until we found someone who spoke enough broken English to point us in the right direction. Praying that the refund line was one of the short ones, we unsuccessfully asked around until we looked helpless ...