Silver Palace Hotel

Gondal Road Near Malviya Petrol Pump, Rajkot, Gujarat, 360001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Gondal Road Near Malviya Petrol Pump, Rajkot.
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    Travel Blogs from Rajkot

    Gujarati wedding

    A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Feb 04, 2014

    33 photos

    ... had lunch and dinner with family.

    So the wedding was four days long. The first day was the welcoming party in the garden of a luxurious hotel. Almost everyone was dressed in western dress. Which provided me with a good excuse for me to wear my new (Indian made) suit. This party was the first time I met Riddhi, the bride.

    Day two was the official engagement. Of course Suneet and Riddhi were already engaged for a while, but not ...

    First impressions of India

    A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Jan 31, 2014

    13 photos

    ... at first. All kinds of vehicles are driving everywhere. In the Netherlands it’s normal to give way, point out the direction you want to go, drive in lanes, stop for signs and traffic lights, etc. Here in India people just drive, they mind enough not to crash. Something I already saw happening three times in the first two weeks.

    Most people in India drive motorcycles. Motorcycles are a fast and a cheap way of transportation in a big and crowded ...

    I’m on my way!

    A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Jan 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... because we met our third companion there. Henk had arrived had arrived a few hours before us. The three of us had breakfast, then a long wait started. We needed to entertain ourselves for about ten hours straight. Luckily there were family members waiting for the same flight.

    In Rajkot I saw a completely different side of India. There wasn’t as much dirt, the sun was shining more (since there’s almost no smog) and seemed smaller. We were just a taxi drive away from our ...

    Indian Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Jan 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... that we couldn't manage another bite.

    After a round of chai and yet more nougat, Parth took us around the local sights; a lake and local places of worship (including an interfaith church with Jesus in the lotus position above the alter). That night, Krunnal's mate Prince treated us to dinner at a famous cricketer's restaurant, and introduced us to paan (a bundle of leaf from the betel tree which you chew and spit - we all struggled a bit with this.) ...

    The Calm before the Storm

    A travel blog entry by thehog on Jan 12, 2013

    15 photos

    After some time on the coast we headed north towards the boom town of Jamnagar, home of the worlds largest oil refinery. A nice journey by train showed more wind turbines than you could shake a stick at in the wilds of the Gujarati desert; nice to see, and maybe goes someway to offset the diesel churning, trash littering landscape that plagues much of India.

    After some pantomine negotiations with the auto driver at ...