Shiv Murti Hotel

Address: Shiv Murti Chowk, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Shiv Murti Chowk, Haridwar.
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      Day 3 - Adventure to the north

      A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Jul 19, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... choosing dinner from the hotels menu slightly easier. After following the owners recommendations, we enjoy a feast of veg byriani, mushroom curry, aloo gobi, spicy paneer and buttered naan. Unable to fill our bellies further, we settled down for the night and tried not to think of bed bugs. Chiara and I wisely covered our heads in mosquito nets. Laura and Clare experienced a few wildlife sightings but braved the night without the added protection.Sent from my ...

      The Ganga. Rishikesh, the river, then and now

      A travel blog entry by rajeshbaruah on Oct 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... prevalent at that time. There is a lot of talk that these catastrophic events are of our own making and we have raped the planet and abused the resources and hence are responsible for the consequences. While this may be true, it's also plausible that this happens regularly around the youngest mountain range in the world, it's just that there are a lot more of us sitting around watching and reading about it.

      Now, this is ...

      Rajaji National Park

      A travel blog entry by miltoninindia on Dec 26, 2012

      35 photos

      ... to where we were to spend the night, a rustic small hunting lodge built by the British in 1889. The government of India has kept it in it's original state. Two comfortably sized rooms with a dining room and a fireplace. The lodge is not really open to the public. The government controls who stays in them, which is mostly scientists, officials, and Puerto Rican interlopers. The housekeeper and cook, Veersing, was an old man originally from Ladakh. ...

      And if you want some fun - take Ob-la-di ob-la-da

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 05, 2012

      45 photos

      ... plants. The cafe is run by the volunteers (3 month commitment requested) and students help. The school’s teachers are professionals.


      Since the Beatles had such a profound impact on our generation, we set out to find the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram, where the Beatles stayed, learned about TM and wrote over 30 songs ...

      (They should have) "Let it be"

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Feb 22, 2012

      141 photos

      ... to go, there get in, get out, get back, packed, showered and dressed. Despite an admirable effort it still took us over an hour to get the waterfall. Resigned to the fact we would have to pay more rent we took our time and just enjoyed the waterfall. It really was quite picturesque a nice distance out of Rishikesh it really did feel out in the middle of nowhere, better yet we were the only ones there. Despite the relatively mild day the water was actually not ...