Hotel President

Address: 27, Police Lines Road, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 27, Police Lines Road, Jalandhar, is near Chandni Chowk, Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), and Connaught Place.
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      Back on the road

      A travel blog entry by lilmermaid on Aug 04, 2014

      3 photos

      ... with their hands juggling a number of trays full of food and managing not to clash with one another. Few of them had their hands so fully occupied that they had to kick open the kitchen doors while going in and out. We ordered the Haveli special thali, namkeen lassi & one meetha lassi for Thafshin. The namkeen lassi was nothing but buttermilk. The meetha lassi was cold rich thick curd served in a mud pot and was quite a treat.

      We hit the ...


      A travel blog entry by grizpdx on Mar 11, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... the food. It was like a nice restaurant. Top shelf cocktail with snacks while you look at the menu. Appetizer. Salad, main course, cheese plate, fruit, and then dessert. All with French wines. That was just Lunch.!! Attached are photos. At risk of sounding like a paid advertisement, I can't say enough about Cathay Pacific. I've flown business before on Air France and they just don't compare. I just wish their planes went a lot faster. The seats actually ...

      Money and Misunderstandings

      A travel blog entry by lucybloxham on Jun 14, 2013

      Despite India literally being one of the cheapest places you can visit, being on a budget, Alex and I have still tried to be careful with our money by performing the usual haggling act and never taking the first price you get given. However, this, along with a pretty severe language barrier, has led to some hilarious misunderstandings regarding money. The first occurring along a market road. There was a stall selling Punjabi Suits, and trying to fit in ...

      The Final Frontier

      A travel blog entry by sylviajason on Nov 16, 2012

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... stone structures dazzled and it felt so rewarding to be back in the sightseeing game again. However, the abject poverty on the streets, with people eating in groups on the sidewalk, watching and waiting for the worst looking buses we'd ever seen was too harsh a contrast for us to digest.

      On the way back, the metro was utter insanity during rush hour. The only way on or off was to push and shove. There was no need to hold on ...

      Day 1 in Delhi

      A travel blog entry by mattcannon on May 19, 2012

      ... all of the hotel rooms I stayed in over two weeks in India, there was no hot water, the internet was rubbish but the T.V. had a quite remarkable number of channels, at least 300+ plus-the majority of which were punjab, Bollywood orientated.

      We had the all important welcome meeting and I met the fellow pack carriers who were to become my closest friends and accompany me for the next two weeks of my adventure around India. These ‘welcome ...