Hotel Sanjog International

Address: 51, Court Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 51, Court Road, Amritsar.
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India - Amritsar

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Jun 21, 2015

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... carried out by the British in America before the declaration of independence. The reality of the so called "Great British Empire" and the dark side they don't teach you about in your school's history lesson. Everywhere i've been in India, people come up to me to chat or want their photo taken with me and Jallianwalla was no different. However, once word got out i was British, there was a very small percentage of the people here who weren't happy with my presense ...

Trains to Bikaner

A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 10, 2015

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... Er lädt mich zu sich nach Hause ein und wir tauschen Nummern aus.

Um 3:30 haben wir endlich Bikaner erreicht. Ich rufe mein 'pick up Service' mit Hilfe des Telefons von Sunny an und kaufe mir einen heißen Chai um 0.20 €. Ein freundlicher Polizist begrüßt mich mit den Worten: 'welcome to Bikaner, Sir'. Die Stadt scheint kleiner zu sein und -zum Glück- absolut gar nicht touristisch, als gedacht. Auch scheinen die Leute sehr höflich und zuvorkommend zu sein. ...

Almost Made it to Pakistan

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

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... killing somewhere between 400 and 1000 people. To commemorate this horrible event the garden has been turned into a beautifully landscaped area where people are free to spend time and while we were there we saw dozens of people enjoying the scenery and the beautiful sunny day. At the rear of the garden there is a large brick monument in the shape of a flame to signify the eternal flame that will burn in memory of those who lost their lives in the massacre.

So long and thanks for all the chai

A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

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... floor shena****ns that was going on outside. Sikhs are nice, like really nice, and chilled, and did I mention nice? They all wanted to show us the way, help us out and make sure that we were ok. By the time we had been sorted out into a room, got our bags in the lockers and had a shower it was already lunchtime. I say shower, I meant bucket hot water, my first strip wash since my parents had me standing in the sink aged 18 months was not a wholly unpleasant experience. I've had ...

Family Affairs and 'The Bomb '

A travel blog entry by nshori on Dec 19, 2011

2 comments, 50 photos

... in Ferozpur the closest town, as there was no small temple in Machikewala. Each of these temples is 100 to 150 years old but no knowledge of any Shori’s. The priest at the first temple showed us some very old statues of the deities which were amazing and also insisted on an aarti ceremony for us and sent us on our way with a gift of a holy coconut.
Had lunch at a no name restaurant in Ferozpur and all ate the same thing. But it was only me who ended ...