Hotel South End
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Chandigarh
... working this little stall which barely fit 4 people. Mama, Dipy and I squeezed onto the narrow bench as one man climbed the ladder and the other yelled up to him on what to throw down. It was raining shoes and we kept trying them on as they fell. We both narrowed down our shoes to match our wedding outfits but they were not very comfortable. Not to worry, this master of his trade heard every complaint and twisted, crunched, hammered, cut, and stretched the ...
... the bags. I did my most antisocial face and I’m happy to say that just like in a pizza shop at 2am; it worked perfectly and nobody even dared to make eye contact with me. I was tired and groggy from medication; this is the worst version of me you could hope to meet.
Hayley comes running back and grabs her bag “He said, this train now. We have to get this train!” “Are you sure?” “He said Rishikesh, now” The tiredness, the heat ...
... Gandhi airport thereby completing a full circle. My eventful journey has thus come to an end.
I will never forget the dosage of punjabi life that i had in the last few weeks, as someone here in Punjab said me "Most people worry all their life..the rest are born in Punjab."
These experiences that i went through will definitely stay with me for life. The travel bug has bit me (although i probably didn`t realize it yet) and now there is no ...
... Corbusier himself. Which I can now well believe. He asked where we had visited and seemed pleased with the places we listed. He then gave me a length of yellow fabric and said it would bring me great luck and asked for us to have a photo together. He then produced a falling apart spiral bound notebook, and asked me to write a comment about having met him. I could see previous messages left by travellers saying what a pleasure it had been to meet him. He ...
... and off we went towards town.
During our 15 minute rickshaw ride we started to realise that Chandigarh wasn't this amazing, modern Indian city that the website had been describing. When arriving at our hotel this became even more apparent as it appeared to be on a street with hundreds of DIY bathroom stores and it felt like we'd been dumped in an industrial estate. At this point we were still fairly hopeful and, as we were starving after the journey, we dumped the ...