Hotel Kozar

Address: Opp. Patharkuwa Petrol Pump, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Opp. Patharkuwa Petrol Pump, Ahmedabad, is near Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, Adalaj Step-well, Calico Museum of Textiles, and Shanku's Water Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad

    Restaurant Tombs, Mosques, Markets

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Dec 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of the site, his rooms have been preserved and there is a large exhibition dedicated to his life and work with many photographs and some original documents. It was all very interesting and I found it much more engrossing than I thought I would. Certainly the rooms, the photographic exhibits and Gandhi’s letter to Adolf Hitler were fascinating. At the bookshop I treated myself to a biography, something I had been meaning to read for ...

    Only One Week Left.

    A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Apr 30, 2013


    ... I cannot say it enough: I will miss India. I may be leaving for now, but this experience will always be in my heart, mind, body, and soul. I will be back, that is for sure. When? I do not know. But I will never be too far from my second home. India will always be a part of me, and I will always be a part of it.

    Tonight, I experienced the first "last" in India. Tonight we went to "Havmor Restaurant" for the last time. I had ...

    Week 3: Food, Culture, History, and Architecture

    A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 21, 2013

    1 comment, 117 photos

    ... with English and the little knowledge of Hindi that I have. But, after ordering chai, and being surrounded by a group of native students, and the man serving the chai said to me, "Tea ma'am," I knew that I had to put an effort into learning more of their language. If I wanted to be treated as though I would fit in a little bit more, I needed to make an effort. They were not going to just accept an American with blonde hair and blue eyes if she was acting stand-offish (if ...

    India/Pakistan HeadAche!

    A travel blog entry by danialw on Dec 30, 2012

    On the Damn Bus to Mumbai!!!
    After leaving Ajmer, crossing the province of Rajasthan and into Gujarat, I made it to Ahmedabad (apprx 13 hours) in order to go to Dubai by air. When I arrived at the airport, being a standby passenger I was told to wait till the flight was somewhat available. When the airline employee asked me for my visa for Dubai I had to show my Pakistani ...

    First Day and Registration

    A travel blog entry by kisolberg on Jun 28, 2012


    ... didn’t work, and the teachers were completely receptive! I love that! I really got the feeling that everyone (students and teachers) is in this together to make the school work. The feedback we got for improvement was mainly about the first activity - one given for all the students together to split them up randomly into the groups that would move from stall to stall together. Too many students and a poorly organized activity made for ...