Hotel Samrat International

Fraser Road, Patna, Bihar, 800001, India | Hotel
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Oh, There's a project too?

A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert


... using the sun's heat (Not PV panels to make electricity) in order to create a Adsorption Refrigeration Cycle. This cycle uses a temperature difference to create a pressure difference between the Day/Night. A lot of more complicated stuff happens and we are able to use the pressure difference to create ice. The system cycles once every 24 hrs (Very slow compared to normal refrigeration which might take minutes) and creates enough ice to keep the vaccines cold for about 3 ...

It's all about how you handle it

A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert


... India, but not understood in the south where 4/5 different languages are spoken. They told us English is therefore the universally spoken language, but I have found that to be wrong. The only universal language in India, is honking your car horn. And dear lord do they all speak it fluently. If your horn on your car runs out, it might as well not run, it is THAT important. It is constant and chaotic and unfathomable. But as anything, you get used to it. When cars are driving on ...

A Day in Patna at St. Mary's

A travel blog entry by charlie.weikert


... in the heat. The temperature averages around 98 and with the humidity it feels well over 100. We wear pants, collared shirts, and sandals, as does ever man in Bihar, which makes the heat seem even worse. Shorts are only worn by boys, and therefore, in order to seen as a professional (which is extremely important for work) we must wear pants every day, no matter the heat. Lunch is always rice with some sort of curry and we eat on our own ...

Day trip to Vaishali

A travel blog entry by jonpoland


... has to do with the language barrier. English, even broken English, is definitely the exception around here rather than the rule.

All the way there I was my usual spastic self. I kept seeing signs that said Vaishali, but were not actually Vaishali, so I kept asking people if we were there yet. Part of the reason for my behavior is that it took twice as long as the guidebook indicated, but I think the ...

How many Indians does it take to...

A travel blog entry by jonpoland anything? Answer: At least twice as many as in the West. This is not because Indians are incapable; they seem perfectly capable. It must be a full employment thing.

The other day I went to one of the Bihar State Tourism offices in Patna. This one was conveniently located in the train station that I'm staying near. There were six guys all engaged in what must have been an important discussion...probably about cricket. I had a hard time ...

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This hotel, located on Fraser Road, Patna, is near Hanuman Mandir, Nalanda, and Root Institute.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair