Hotel Plaza

Address: Old Court Road, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old Court Road, Jalandhar, is near Rangla Punjab Haveli.
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    Travel Blogs from Jalandhar


    A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Mar 19, 2015

    30 photos

    ... Lehmber Hussainpuri,Vijay Dhammi, Gurdas Mann, Hans Raj Hans, Malkit Singh, Garry Sandhu. Nakodar is also the birthplace of poetPadam Shree Pandit Labhu Ram Josh Malsiyani, whose poem Nagma-e-Josh can be read at the entrance to the town near ...

    It was like a dream

    A travel blog entry by scottandamy on Feb 26, 2012

    2 photos

    ... to his house. We couldn't have been more relieved and thankful after manic Delhi and the nutty train ride.

    We met Batock on our flight to India, he lives in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire and he invited us to come and stay with him and his wife Savita, who is living over here in Jalandhar looking after her Dad. He is the nicest guy you'll ever meet, and doesn't look anything like his age of 72! Their house was awesome, they cooked us amazing traditional ...

    'The Real' Punjab

    A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 08, 2011

    13 photos

    We had a driver take us about an hour from Ludhiana to Phagwara (pronounced Fug-wha-rah) to Mandip's Aunt’s house, where her Mom and brother had arrived the night before. Phagwara is a city but it is much less developed than Ludhiana and has a lot more smaller villages surrounding it. About an hour after we got there a family friend of ours, who is 72 years old, came to visit us with his wife. They are from Mandip’s ...

    Sexual Harassment...par for the course.

    A travel blog entry by nvw on Dec 15, 2009

    ... hot showers, a nice big kitchen, satellite, and toilet paper! I stayed for a while and we talked about what I was doing there. He volunteered to help introduce me to people as he was well respected within the village, and he said he'd be happy to interpret for me and educate me about Punjabi culture. I was excited to learn and to have made a contact on my own. I figured he could be the solution to my Jinder problems since ...

    Hitch hiking on a school bus, just another day.

    A travel blog entry by nvw on Nov 23, 2009

    ... headed off to a wedding. We stayed long enough to eat some food, greet some people, and for me to get my picture taken with the bride and groom. I thought this was extremely odd given that I didn't even know who they were. Later I found out everybody gets their photo with them.

    After that we had to go to the hospital for Navneet, where I had my suspicions confirmed: she was pregnant. And finally, after all of this, we went back to Naryala where we met Mani and ...