Lemon Tree Hotel, Indore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hadn't eaten for a week before going there. The tables all had those barbecue inserts and being India, a lot of it was vegetarian. The waiters made sure there was some which was less spicy for our western tastebuds and it was all amazing.
We were so busy tucking in to our kebabs and other things they served, we had completely forgotten this was just the starters! we were full to bursting all ready and we still had more to go. Oh no!!!
Well we waited a bit and ...
... dharshan here. Had lunch at roadside dhabha roti sabji. Drove to Maheshwar . Many small temples near the water nothing special. We took the boat ride. Small temple in the middle of the water. Ahalya bai fort was spectacular. Felt like should go back in time n see the queen watching the river from her ...
We left Indore around 9.30am reached ujjain 10.30 am 1 mahakaleshwar temple - laghu abhishekam 2 har siddhi mata temple Ghat Kalika temple 3. Kalabhairav temple offered red stag 4. Sandipani ashram balarama krishna sudama school 5 mogalnath temple mars planet 6 Chintaman Ganesh temple Lunch 7 varbijasan mata temple 8 bade ganapathi temple Tea break 9 Annapurna temple 10 vaishno devi ...
... and more impressed with the school every day, it seems to have really good teachers and support staff promoting accessibility and even though the lesson work is in written Hindi I find the teachers signing so visual that I can understand it all. The fact that the school continues through to college with programmes endorsed by IGNOU (there's that name again!) is also fantastic. Also the socialisation of pupils seems really positive. Ive pretty much only seen one hearing aid which is ...
... more than 180 Rupees, or $3.00. That seemed very low to me, considering that we were gone nearly 7 hours. Go figure. I hired an English speaking guide for the tour of Mandu. His charge was about $15.00, but well worth the cost as there was so much historical information that he provided. At any rate, that is the mundane in Indore for today. Also, there are fewer cars on the road, but they drive just as ...