Hotel Royal Castle

Address: 309, Albert Road, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 309, Albert Road, Amritsar, is near Jallianwala Bagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Amritsar

    A trip that’s worth gold!

    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jun 25, 2015

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    The construction of the temple began in 1588 by the Guru Arjan Dev. The construction was completed in 1604 by the same Arjan Dev. In the same year he was inducted into the temple altar to the Adi Granth, which is the holy scripture of the Sikhs, and which it is regarded by them as the current guru or spiritual guide.

    The architecture of the temple is a symbolic representation of Sikh thought, the temple has ...

    Trains to Bikaner

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... all this cry themselves according to mutually on, since many sit on places, which did not reserve them and therefore by the others are displaced. When I mean seat finite found, I become acquainted with an Indian student with the name Panjiv. Our neighbour offers typical “Panjabiessen” to us. We get a Fladenbrot with one “spicy sauce” and versch. Vegetable. Panjiv explains to me that it is completely normal the meal with everyone to divide and that in ...

    Almost Made it to Pakistan

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 08, 2015

    24 photos

    ... ushered into the "VIP" area which really just meant foreigner section and took a seat on the concrete steps along with all of the other tourists from Australia, China, Japan and a few other US travelers as well. It was pretty funny because before the ceremony started there were quite a few of the Indian guests in the next section over who were taking pictures of the melting pot tourist section that we were sitting in.

    To our left about 100 yards away ...

    So long and thanks for all the chai

    A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... shin to the face. It is decidedly tongue in cheek for two nations basically at war, with both crowds chanting at each other like a derby match, grown men with their faces painted and a palpable sense of excitement in the air. I think it ended in a draw, hard to tell conclusively, the gates were locked, the Pakistanis had longer shouters and better music, with the Indians having higher kicks (toes behind the head) and better fake threats.
    On the way back to the taxi I stopped for ...

    The Wagah Stomp

    A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Nov 11, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... how the division was mismanaged with too early a withdrawal of responsibility. Hindsight of course is a great thing but this all too clearly still happens in other parts of the world now so no real lessons learned or adhered to. Anyway, fortunately, no sign of these tensions during our visit, just good natured rivalry and fun on both sides.
    Security was high though and after being dropped off by our taxi, we made our way into ...