Hotel Shiraz Regency

4 Queens Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | 3 star hotel
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Final chapter of India

A travel blog entry by paddykumar

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... so we shared a jeep with other people there. Each day, just before the sun sets, a group of Pakistani and Indian soldiers take part in a ceremony as a symbol of peace. They open the gate for the main guards from both countries to shake hands. Before this happens there is a party like atmosphere, where people are chanting and dancing. Miss Rich needed no encouragement to get up and go and dance with a group of Indian ladies (and even pulled out the ...

Passed the test of fire / Feuerprobe überstanden

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

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18.11.2013 Amritsar, Indien Km: 37592 Passed the test of fire / Feuerprobe überstanden



After a long sleep, I took off at 9:00. I made ​​good progress and considered to make crossing the border to Amritsar on the same day. In Lahore I decided to go further towards the border. Unfortunately, the police would not let me on the highway and I had a detour of a half hour. But I'll try to cross the border anyway because I have ...

A scam and golden offerings

A travel blog entry by twovines

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... rickshaw at the top of the hill and soon we are back at our hotel for a much needed shower. The hotel has a good restaurant where we enjoy a delicious Indian meal of tandoori chicken, butter chicken and rice washed down with a couple of lassies (me) and masala tea (Ian). We also meet Kate and Ben, a couple of kiwi travellers and spend the evening swapping travel stories. It turns out we have both booked on the hotel's border crossing tour tomorrow afternoon, so we are to be temporary travelling ...

Fun in Amritsar

A travel blog entry by brucetumba

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... more than a temple, the cook and give thousands of meals a day to anyone who wants a meal, there is no religious discrimination or status, the rich and the poor, you can pay a donation if you wish. We were very impressed with the Sikh's they all seemed friendly and happy. We toured through the kitchen and watched them preparing meals, it was well organised and pretty clean. Debbie and Grant saw a similar set up in Delhi last trip.
After ...

From Punjab to Pakistan (almost)

A travel blog entry by chris_and_laura

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... them all. Our second stop in Punjab took us to Amritsar, home to the holiest of Sikhism shrines, the Golden Temple. The stunning building attracts Sikh pilgrims from all over the world. The main temple is surrounded by dormitories and the almighty food court, where we gratefully indulged in a lunch of dahl and rice pudding. In line with Sikh philosophy everything is free (even the shoe locker!) with donations only for those who can afford it. Spiritual chanting ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 Queens Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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