Palace on Steps

Address: D - 21/11, Rana Mahal Ghat, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on D - 21/11, Rana Mahal Ghat, Varanasi, is near Dasaswamedh Ghat, Golden Temple (Kashi Vishwanath), Banaras Ghats, and Manikarnika Ghat.
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      Friday 5th December 2014 - Varanasi , UP India

      A travel blog entry by reidy55 on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... worthwhile. It's bloody cold, and there's a dew that settles on the seats and on us so jackets or some sort of covering are the go. There are boats everywhere, with lots of tourists and a few locals. This is the most foreigners we've seen in any city by a long shot since we landed in Delhi. The scenes along the river are just what you expect, I guess most of us have seen the travel shows, it's great to ...

      The Ganges -day 24

      A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Oct 11, 2014

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      Day 24 Another 10 hours on the bus but so with it when we got to Varanasi, this place is amazing so much to see. There are cows sitting in the middle of the roads or walking against/ amongst traffic. Goats everywhere eating rubbish off the street. We saw a man squatting against the road having a poo, loads of fandom's lined up against the wall having a wee. 14 people in a 5 man car, tuck tucks, rickshaws, on bikes, motor bikes, cars, people with carts selling food, people ...

      Boating on the Ganges in the oldest living city

      A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... to watch the prayer services: loud singing and swinging of candelabras and ornaments in synchronised dance by the priests. The Ganges is a holy place for the Hindu people, and it was interesting to see the pyres along the river at certain points where people were cremating their relatives. All Hindu Indians are cremated at the riverside, and their ashes spread in the river. It was about the same colour as the Brisbane River. The next morning we got up early ...

      Final thoughts on volunteering

      A travel blog entry by probable_hermit on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... my goodness there were a lot of Spaniards.) to Japan to Lebanon, Catholics, protestants, and non-religious alike are gathered under the roof of the Missionaries of Charity with a single purpose: to care for other people. If that isn't inspiring then I don't know what is.

      I miss volunteering already, I miss Motherhouse, and I really miss my kids at Shishu Bhavan and the other volunteers. My second-to-last day ...

      Leaving the Taj Mahal :( and to Varanasi :)

      A travel blog entry by canningt on May 12, 2014

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      ... Delhi, we noticed how green with both grass and lots of big trees and these trees never dry up so they stay nice and green. The roundabouts are still here because of the British legacy and we could also see where the British Army lived on these one acres of property and now members of Parliament live there and the government provides homes for all 794 members of parliament.

      Just before we got into Delhi, we had to take all the curtains I our bus because ...

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