Lemon Tree Hotel, Ahmedabad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... original Ahmeds of Ahmedabad.
I was particularly fascinated by the intricately carved stone screens and the mausoleum itself. The carved stoned screens were very intricate and made beautiful patterns on the floor with the warm golden morning sunlight. The mausoleum had several pilgrims inside and the curator told me was visited by a British Muslim group several weeks before, from Doncaster. It was very impressive with many ...
Jaymini- Local bus to Ahmedabad in Gujarat which is where my family is from. The bus has two floors, a man on the top floor spat out the window & its came through Hayley's window on the ground floor and it splashed in her face. Another girl on our tour got the man above hers sick in her mouth as it came threw the window. Gujarat is known in ...
... real lives; waking up, talking to each other, walking to another room, and sleeping. It would be so boring at times that it would be interesting and funny. At this point in time, I was still feeling ill due to the fumes at school. So, when everyone got back from CEPT, they wanted to go to dinner, but I was not feeling up to it. So, instead, I stayed home and worked on studio and my blog. When they got back, they brought my leftovers and white rice. The only good thing about ...
... was the tuk tuk that broke down en-route. It broke down at a convenient spot midway across a bridge which made for pretty good photos. By the time that was done a spare was delivered. We all went out for dinner in the evening and we were treated to a particularly pleasant location. I was also going for progressively more spicy food as the trip progressed without any sign of a bad ...
... the kids who hadn’t chosen a stall got assigned one - so by the time I got over to my girls, they had already had a bunch of ideas on how to run the stall and introduce it to the little kids. Go-go-gadget-initiative! I helped them focus some of the ideas towards allowing the little kids to explore the idea of tattoo culture on their own and some of the questions to bring up with them (I will be next to the girls as they run the ...