Plaza Inn Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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As we enter our third day in V we decide to go back to the University to look at the museum that Petra in the last blog had told us about. Spent about 2 hours getting there and looking through it. Security was also amazing, body scan and metal detector door way on entry. You cannot take cameras or any other item into this museum, "Deposit them all with security in the room over there" the fellow dressed in army clothes informs us. The lockers ...
... as one of the heritage cities for HRIDAY - Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme of the Government of India.
Varanasi is governed by a number of bodies, the most important being the ...
Man I love Varanassi...why? Well today whilst searching for a Yak wool blanket I met a man who offered to dress me in a sari "free of charge". Why not? Every time he adjusted around the waist or chest area he pulled either one or both ear lobes and apologised. It was so funny. And he kept saying that my top, gesturing towards my boob region, was "up" which he said was a "little sexy" in the most innocent way with ...
... in a pile of rotting garbage, and you have to navigate your way around stubborn bovines, cyclist and people on scooters or motorbikes. Everyone wants your time or your money and no means maybe. It's loud, people blast horns in alleyways and you have to spend the next ten minutes scraping your eardrums off the wall. It stinks, several different kinds of animals use the streets and the ghats as a toilet. It's polluted, you're ...
... delicious fresh breakfast with unusually for India decent free wifi. Next it was off in the tuktuks to a sacred site for Buddhists where Buddha preached his first sermon over 2600 years ago. Our first temple was one built by the Chinese community but maintained now by Thai Buddhists. The Chinese all left following the war with china in 1960. Round the corner was another Buddhist temple with a sacred Bodhi tree transplanted from Sri Lanka 80 years ago,on ...