Signature Crest Kunegaon-Khandala

Address: 88/5 Kunegaon Kunenama, Khandala, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 88/5 Kunegaon Kunenama, Khandala, is near Karla Caves and Lohgarh Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Khandala

    Back to Sanity in Bombay

    A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... sights such as the Taj Mahal and teh Golden Temple. After our initial attempt with an unhelpful person at Akbar travel, we found a wonderful representative from Thomas Cook who developed a nice tailored tour for us to see all the main sights.

    In the afternoon we walked north along the bay and dropped into Mani Bhavan - the building in which Ghandi would stay on his trips to Mumbai. There were some interesting displays involving miniature figures showing key points ...

    Practically a saga

    A travel blog entry by india2010 on Mar 04, 2010

    ... that there has been a huge mistake and no one else has confirmed tickets! He sent down 2 more girls so now we are 8 people in the berth. Still, OK...a little tighter but OK. Then he sent down 2 more so now we are 10 in the berth. The nice couple were not so nice anymore!

    After about one hour, Manu came rushing into our berth and told us we have to leave the train NOW! He started just grabbing bags and throwing them out ...

    Matheran - Floral Paradise

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 06, 2008

    1 comment, 303 photos

    ... not want to disturb this unique experience. In the evening, we cut across the Simpsons waterfall [locally called Ghoda Talao] and entered the decrepit "Forest Park". Due to its state of dire neglect, it is hard to guess where the forest ends and the park begins, but to our great and unexpected delight we chanced upon an ordinary looking flowerless shrub, chock full of butterflies - mostly Crows, ...

    Matheran Hill Railway

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 05, 2008

    ... three more Block Stations, viz., Mandgaon, Magazine Point and Panorama Point which are opened only in the season to facilitate the passenger traffic. Rail-motors, tiny carriages, with steam or diesel locomotives are run on this line." The following is a rail enthusiasts account of his journey on the Matheran Hill Railway - from: mr.html "No. 601 passenger started away from Neral Junction with a blast from the air horn and jolt as the links ...

    India Week 2: Hyderabad ~ Pune ~ Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by aclocke on Oct 01, 2006

    ... exhausted and grimy when in walked 8 police men. I was told to wait to take my shower. So I hightailed her back to my room where Erica was getting ready for bed. I got her to put her clothes back on cause the cops were coming. They searched all of the rooms looking for bombs I guess? It was so hard not to mention that I had just bought my tampons from Osama's son down the street.( This drug store owner was kidding with us saying he was Osama Bin Laden's son...retarded ...