La Casa Inn

Address: Near Ganesh Crossing, Anand, Gujarat, 388001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Ganesh Crossing, Anand, is near Jhelum River and Indus River.
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        Travel Blogs from Anand

        You Khambhat I'll Be Back

        A travel blog entry by darby_warren on Apr 08, 2015

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        ... as our ship had beforehand needed to dock a day away from the city. My men and I were taking leave of the vessel that day any way. We'd need to travel by land some anyhow, a completely unrelated occurrence to the Captain of our old vessel and my disagreements with his policies about weight allowances aboard the ship. The Mahi River Estuary was beautiful to behold. Although I’d seen very ...


        A travel blog entry by avrilita on Jan 03, 2015

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        ... that the merchants form all over still respect the city. I, for one, trade my porcelain tea pot for a gold encrusted grail inlaid with the finest jewels. I am missing the tea pot, however, because a fellow crew member has returned with an abundance of teas. He has given me a strong cinnamon blend and I cannot brew it. Oh well.
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        Where the trip turned sour

        A travel blog entry by emilyleczkowski on Oct 20, 2014

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        ... life. It is just so different than back at home! I mean, it I common to see an elephant walking around the streets and tigers are common, too. The women here are mostly very pretty with their colorful shawls and bead decorations. One thing that I’m not really used to seeing, however, is the metal rings they have in their noses. It’s a part of their religion, though! Anyway, off to ...

        California Reverse Mortgage

        A travel blog entry by luis79teeth on Feb 24, 2014

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        Aboard the Gujarat Express

        A travel blog entry by nzen on Jan 27, 2013

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        ... too long after, Aru boarded the train. Which was at the very least reassuring to know that we had all made it onto the train. At some point we all ended up in the cabin of the first class compartment, whizzing past stretches of open fields, bustling towns, and bodies of water. (Not to mention my first camel sighting.) In the end, we shelled out a total of 3,000 rupees for my (second) train ticket. Rule number 3: Always ask for a ...