Lemon Tree Hotel, Hinjawadi, Pune
Travel Blogs from Pune
... found a noodle and momo (steamed yummy dumplings!) place for lunch (mom’s appetite only craved noodles so we found a place up a winding spiral stair). Then to bed again for the rest of the afternoon…we were so tired. On the third day we ventured out with a taxi to see the countryside and two monasteries. The monasteries were amazing but mom had to take it real easy again on this day and didn’t get to climb the stairs of ...
... made us disproportionately happy (we hadn't had it for two and a half months) and we boned up on the upcoming elections while waiting for the arrival of Polly's friends, Grace and Dan. Our time in Mumbai involved visiting the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal palace, exploring the mad bazaars, getting very lost and generally soaking up the atmosphere. A highlight was a geeky trip to Leopold's, the seedy cafe at the heart of the book Shantaram, which we had all been ...
So last week in a single day 1) A client asked how my bowel movements were ('textbook, thanks') 2) I was asked by the security guard on my way out how much my salary was, how much rent I paid and how much cash I had on me; and 3) a beggar jumped into the taxi next to me while I was leaving and the driver just drove on as he continued with some close-quarters begging. The most surprising thing about all this was that none of it really surprised me. I think maybe human beings only have ...
... 8230;I don’t think I felt the need to shower for five days! I also got to visit the Dalai Lama’s temple in Dharamshalla. Its incredible how so many religions live together here… not always in peace but for the most part, all working towards it. And now…I’m back in Pune waiting for my poor mother to arrive. I have one more trip back to Grampari and then only a month left…I fly home June 27th. So, see you all soon I ...
... mortality, and enjoyed an international fair where we sang some camp songs and learned traditional Scottish dances. Did the girls enjoy it, despite being completely wiped out and nigh out of their minds? Here goes:
Emma: It's late, I'm really tired, Sarah's delirious, it's hilarious. Today has been the greatest so far. I wish I could do it again! My favorite part was when the boys who ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service