Hotel Royal Inn

Address: 49 Brahm Butta Market, Near Sarai Guru Ram Das, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 49 Brahm Butta Market, Near Sarai Guru Ram Das, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Amritsar

    High kicks and Prime Ministers causing chaos !

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... are done. Then come the guards, who start of by standing to attention, then lifting their legs Basil Fawlty style and do a runny walk to the gate - stop suddenly where they act like angry warriors, flexing muscles, jaw thrusting and scowling at the Pakistan guards who are equally as cross. The crowds were howling.  This happened about 5-6 times and was brilliant. The little 'dances' the guards do are quite impressive really. Knee on forehead and ...

    Sikh and you shall find !!

    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Mar 22, 2015

    50 photos

    ... of potential anarchy and "people-crush". Truely. Safety gained precedence over surety: we were rather fortunate to be able to back-track and get out of the quickly amassing throng of people. We were able however, to hear what was going on and to view the ceremony on a large TV screen outside the stadium. I was also a little fortunate to perch myself on a small raised area and could see parts of the parade ground. A most personal disappointment in not seeing this ...

    Almost Made it to Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

    24 photos

    ... bandana that local merchants were selling around the entrance for precisely that reason. In the Sikh religion men and women are required to keep their heads covered so all visitors to the temple, regardless of their religious background are asked to do the same out of respect for the holiest place in the Sikh religion. Once we made our way through the entrance of the compound we passed through a gateway and then we were able to see the temple itself, seeming to ...

    So long and thanks for all the chai

    A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... best bartering skills on show I got a cycle rickshaw for Marie and I to go to another temple we had been told was worth a visit for its unusual decor.

    Apparently I hadn't been as clear as I thought I had as roughly 15 minutes later a very chuffed if slightly tired old rickshaw driver was pulling us into the main bus station. His face changed when with the help of some other locals I managed to explain where I actually wanted to go to, turns out I'd got a good deal as he'd ...

    A series of unfortunate events

    A travel blog entry by caraemma on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... the young man translated for us.    The next misfortune was actually a VERY lucky escape as things could have gone seriously wrong otherwise. Another kind local came over to our seats asking if we lost a bag as he found it on the floor just down the carriage. In his hand was Emma's money belt! Thank goodness for his honesty! Her passport and a wad of cash were in there. Nothing was missing. Ok so now ...