MK Hotel Amristar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Punjab, The garden
was named by the ruler himself as a tribute to Guru Ram Das, the founder of the
city. Now the summer palace of the Maharaja Ranjit Singh has been converted
into a museum which speaks volumes on his times.On display are weapons dating
back to Mughal times, portraits of ruling houses of Punjab and a replica of
diamond "Kohinoor". In those days the garden was approached by a huge
fortified gate which still exists in its original ...
We have a train to catch this morning! Our destination, Amristar in the state of Punjab. A 32hour train ride, joy! Just as we are about to leave, the first misfortune occurs. Emma's new harem pants with little elephants on that she bought on Elephanta have split down the ******. A big gaping hole. The bags are closed and locked, ready to go and we need to be leaving NOW. No time for a change, as long as she doesn't ...
... our way back to the car, and the car made its way back to the Golden Temple, where we paid the driver and went back to the hotel. Just time for a rest before it was back to the temple with our guy. As we went he explained that every member of his family visited the temple every single day, as do all devout Sikhs. And most days he also does voluntary work there, anything from washing up in the kitchen to sweeping the paths. He also tells us that he only has a limited time he ...