Midtown Hotel

Railway Rd, nr Laltaro Bridge, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249401, India | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Haridwar

Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

A travel blog entry by hilarylake


... last few days with a lack of belonging or that I can be seen). I knew that it is otherwise but the attachment to these beliefs has been strong. I moved through it with the routine of practice (or sadhana the Sanskrit word for daily practice). I just left her at lunch knowing I needed to have some alone time and telling her this and then clearing myself and doing some Hindi study.

We then came back together with Nicole and Mandakini and worked on ...

Following Spirit

A travel blog entry by sashaj11


... along beside it. Just lay on the horn and pray. I must say Indians have an uncanny sense of space. They will cut it so close to another vehicle, millimeters to spare and not even touch it. Whew. God is Great. So after seven hours of this amusement park ride my neck was really sore from the jolting around.... and tired. By the time we arrived in Rishikesh it was early evening. The driver made a stop by his boss’s office so I could meet him. Why? Soon to find out. I go ...

Rishikesh - Let It Be

A travel blog entry by tomandevebaker


... really getting into it. We agreed that completely clearing your mind of outside thoughts and concentrating solely on your breathing is much harder than it looks. At times you feel ridiculous and find yourself thinking about thinking, but it is a rewarding and admirable skill that takes a great deal of time and patience to master. It left us feeling very calm and curious about what it must be like ...

Himalayas and Hollywood

A travel blog entry by lisa_andy


... area but all are still fighting to go back to their own country. We wondered what would happen to this place if they got their wish, Andy sensed it might have turned into a ghost town. Without the Dalai Lama and Tibetans there certainly wouldn’t be anything like as many tourists around and that seems to be the main source of income.

From McLeod we headed by bus to Rishikesh, we met a young Scot called Ian travelling with his friends on the bus who spoke ...

Jungle gym

A travel blog entry by eladnelvire


... town (there must have been some 500 Israelis in Rishikesh round this time). Local prices for apples and honey soared.
In our enclave on the Upper Bank, we congregated with the other "locals", befriending a cuddly couple from Haifa, Rona and Guy -- a graphic designer and fellow architect. Morning and evening chais were regularly had at a nearby garden café, where we were greeted with equal regularity by the young Nepali waiter's cynical yet ...


This 3 star hotel is located on Railway Rd, nr Laltaro Bridge, Haridwar.
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