Royal Highness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the fort and were killed to a man. Allaudin Khilji entered Chittor to find only ashes.
Perhaps extraordinary beauty is a curse. Helen of Troy and Sita from Ramayana, to name two examples, have seen abduction, war and much death. Maybe being a plain Jane is not so bad after all.
The long drive from Jaipur has brought me to Ahmedabad. No time to visit Law Garden , alas. Miles to go still ...
... than usual. I went to the bakery down the street, "TGB Bakery" and ended up getting a doughnut with chocolate frosting. (I know it may seem like a terrible idea to have a doughnut right after being sick, but I was also feeling quite homesick and figured that I may as well have something that was going to taste good, since I would probably be sick anyways.) After taking a nap for a little bit, we all headed off to the Police Commissioner's office for our follow-up interview. When ...
... facials to massages and even manicures and pedicures. We made sure to get some brochures, seeing as on the way there we were talking about how awesome that would be to have a girls’ spa day. We made our way to the food court where I got chai and a chocolate muffin from “The Chocolate Room,” in the food court. For some reason that day, there were a lot of pale people like us. I did not think that Alpha One Mall could get any more American than it already was, but ...
... t want to leave and if we had more time she would be riding around the city on top of the beast.
We arrived at the Ashram/museum, not much by US standards and that is what made it so impressive! He was a simple man with very little needs and the museum and his home clearly depicted how he lived - simple but with a powerful message. But the truth is that though Gandhi may be an icon in India he was really a bum by my ...
... ie- one traditionally Indian (a woman with henna and a sari) and one LA extreme (with tattoos, piercings and leather) then have the students discuss the differences and similarities. This morphed into: lots of images of tattoos from all around the world with different meanings, the students still talk about differences and similarities, but we are now adding in culture, history and tradition to the mix. THEN, yesterday we ran the idea and images we ...