Oasis International

Address: B 69 Sector C Mandir Marg Mahanagar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 226006, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on B 69 Sector C Mandir Marg Mahanagar, Lucknow, is near British Residency, Chowk, Aminabad, and Constantia.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Oasis International Lucknow

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Travel Blogs from Lucknow

Kebabs and mosques in Lucknow

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on Sep 25, 2012

17 photos

Il était temps de commencer notre route vers le Népal, mais pour couper le trajet en deux, on a décidé de s'arrêter à Lucknow, à une nuit en train de Chandigarh. Lucknow est encore une grande ville indienne avec tout ce qui va avec : la chaleur, le bruit… C’était aussi intense que les autres grandes villes où on a été, et a justifié le temps qu’on a passé dans les montagnes, bien plus paisibles. En dépit de tout ça, c’était un endroit intéressant.

Monkeys, Mutton, and Marijuana???

A travel blog entry by theshewards on Jun 17, 2012

2 comments, 28 photos

... conclusion of his testimony we were all sitting together when he pointed out that we were sitting in a grove of cannabis! It naturally grows around here and we hadn't even noticed.

By 1:00pm we were back at the house and were eating a delicious lunch of rice, dal, and curry chicken. The engineering team proceeded to run bacteria tests on the water we collected from the wells near the site, and we also progressed on determining ...


A travel blog entry by sojealous on Nov 20, 2011

... so before trying to find a hotel we check on booking rail tickets to Mumbia, but don't have any joy. We find Hotel Mohan which is in the Lonely Planet and although it is pricey and not that great we book in so we can go and check things out at the railway station without our backpacks. Once again we can't make head or tail of how to get rail tickets, even though an army guy tries to help us. We find a travel agent and decide to book a flight to Goa ...

Haridwar Mystery solved

A travel blog entry by richinindia on Sep 23, 2011

11 comments, 3 photos

... from the hotel to the train was a mammoth task. It involved at least 8 people and 4 vehicles. Mr Joshi my tour guide, (who I had seen only once since I arrived in Haridwar and that was when he came to apologize for missing me at the station) turned up an hour early to make sure he had me under control, and also to attempt to sell me a book he claimed to have written on Haridwar. Personally, I don't think he would be capable of writing his name, but maybe ...

3 days in Lucknow

A travel blog entry by simonjessica on Dec 10, 2010

2 comments, 43 photos

... because it was very hard to find foreigners in Lucknow. We'd noticed that there really weren't that many in, and each day we'd be approached by at least 5-6 people asking if they could take their picture with us using their phone. It made us feel like celebrities.

Afterward we went to the Hussinabad Imambara and saw that the tomb was filled with various chandeliers from around the world. They filled the room, robing each of its own beauty. If they ...