Shivalik View

Sector 17-E, Chandigarh, 160017, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sector 17-E, Chandigarh, is near Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Story Trails, Mudumalai National Park, and Birla Planaturium.
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    Travel Blogs from Chandigarh

    Back through Chandigarh

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Sep 02, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... memento and Bryan will treasure it always. We will also have to post it back to the UK soon though as we don't want it to get crumpled in his suitcase.

    Their almost 3 year old (in just a few days) daughter entertained us with her play dough and then it was time to roll again.

    Once again the hospitality we have received from people in India has been amazing. We have been made to feel so welcome into their homes and families and we once ...

    Chennai again - on my way home

    A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 16, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... all airlines have the occasional delay, Air India's response to the doubling of my layover time from 4 to 8 hours was shameful. Never again will I fly Air India! (Unless they're a dollar cheaper than the alternatives.)

    One of the results of this ridiculous flight delay and late arrival in Chennai is that I spent most of the next day napping off and on, trying to recover from the fiasco.

    The rest of my time in Chennai I spent hanging out with Scott ...

    Chandigarh: an unusual Indian town

    A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Nov 30, 2012

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... are female, they say. Competition for high level jobs among girls and with girls is throat cutting, they say.

    From there on we go to the sector that is considered to be the centre of town, with shops on both sides, a nice square and more people than we have seen all day. In a music shop I have scored four CDs, two with Gazal songs by Nusrath Fateh Ali Khan, one a collection of Sufi music and one with love duets by Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi at a cost of ...

    The literally non-stop adventure

    A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Aug 18, 2012

    ... girls being fully prepared for any situation regarding their diabetes with back-ups gallore, but it was certainly an unnerving experience. Naturally this had to be emphasised by the fact the population of the bus were inept at detecting basic human emotion including the conductor, and although we weren't panicking the signs were obvious, yet we were met with stares and persistence of taking our fare before moving through the bus. Once settled fate had not had its fun ...

    Day 03 - Out with the old, in with the new

    A travel blog entry by mereldzi on Sep 04, 2011

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... br>
    So we decided to kick our western habit of overconsumption and go about it completely different. We took an assistant manager up on his offer: instead of seeing any of the things we had considered for the next week, he will be our personal guide into Kashmir for the coming eight days.

    Some might appreciate the irony that Kashmir lies even further away than our previous destinations. How far you say? Well about ...