Lemon Tree Hotel, Ahmedabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... existiert hier nicht oder ich kann es zumindest nicht erkennen. Die Stadt ist so groß, das es zahlreiche verschiedene Buslinien (und zwar wirklich sehr viele) gibt. Ich habe nur eine 'kurze Strecke' und fahre nur! 20 Stationen. In einer kurzen Fahrpause, richtet sich der Fahrer den Spiegel, da er an ein anderes Auto gefahren ist. An engen Stellen kann sich der Busfahrer nur mit Schritttempo fortbewegen. Als eine Kuh in völliger Ruhe die Straße überquert, ...
... Bhawan which was built for the Maharaja Umaid Singh and is now currently one third museum, hotel, and residence. This is the last of the great maharaja's palaces of India and was one of the largest private residences in the world! We toured the building, museum and the grounds where they had some antique cars on display.
Back to the train for some dinner and rest before heading to our final day of touring as tomorrow we visit the Taj Mahal!!!
... belly dance to the tunes. All this definitely grabbed a lot of eye balls.
Amongst the good performances were also a few groups that did a fire dance, sprayed perfumes and danced with embroidered umbrellas and colored clothes creating lovely formations. We joined a few groups and danced alongside through the evening and headed home by 1 AM as I had to leave Ahmedabad soon.
There is so much more to Gujarat, I will need to come back peacefully and catch more of it.
I apologize in advanced for the length of this blog post. :)
Fifteenth Day in India – January 21, 2013
I started the day off right by sleeping in for 15 extra minutes. Usually when you get extra sleep you are supposed to be more rested, right? Well this did not prove to be true at breakfast. The workers seemed to be in slow motion and I apparently forgot my patience hat in my room because I was not happy. When I got my food about 10 minutes after, I was still ...
... chana masala, also a very spicy curry sauce and chickpeas. (To clarify, curry here is not what it is at home. In India, curry is simply a mixture of a bunch of spices.) For drinks, I have become quite fond of sweet lassi's, a sweet yogurt drink. They are the most perfect drink for a spicy Indian meal.
Night: After dinner is done, we make our way back to the hostile. For some, there is a movie night in which a room hosts everyone and they watch a movie ...