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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Pinnacle Hotel Ahmedabad
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... volume of the people. Clothes, kitchen utensils, luggage, knifes, belts, shoes were all being sold on small tables or laid out on the floor. The selection was indeed vast. People, rickshaws, dogs, an occasional cow all pressed into one heaving mass around these stall holders. I stopped for chai and then resumed the investigation. It was loud, smelling, claustrophobic and bustling, with people arguing, bargaining or just plain shouting. Sari ...
... are gone. I will miss the great company at dinner every night. I will miss the times when we receive the bill and it is 300 rupees and we get worked up because of how much tax there is on the meal (6 USD). I will miss having tons of photos to edit. I will miss being able to look forward to the North and South Trips with everybody. I will miss trying to remember to take my anti-malaria medication every night. I will miss writing in my journal every ...
... the lack of sitar music, candles, and rose petals. We were all disappointed and asked why there was no live music. The answer: "Only Thursday." None of us saw the sign right in front of the restaurant that had these exact words on it. Even though the restaurant experience was not what was expected, we decided to stay there and see what the food would be like. It was a little sketchy that they brought us to a basement to eat dinner, but once we got the menu, it looked like any ...
... each of the 6 beds (3 high on each side). One Indian man in his forties joined us without acknowledging us, unusual because many people in India have been extremely friendly. About 20 minutes into the trip, the guy lifted his leg and ****** loudly without flinching. He sat stone faced staring forward blankly. Dave and I looked at each other with questioning look. After the 3rd ****, I asked the guy to do his ******* outside ...
... was pretty calm since most of them have been through the process before and some were ‘too cool’ to be impressed by fun and games. Ha!. I manned the ‘Tattoo Culture’ stall another teacher and I had created and we could almost see their opinions and stereotypes of tattoos changing as we had our conversation with them. That was pretty awesome. Generally when they came up (in their groups of 8ish) most would say ...