The Adarsh

Address: Near Bus Stand, Lonavla, Maharashtra, 410401, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Near Bus Stand, Lonavla, is near Karla Caves and Lohgarh Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Lonavla

    Village Surprise

    A travel blog entry by cbctrips on Feb 04, 2015

    30 photos

    ... we have seen in India; a brand new school, and many other nice buildings. It was like an oasis. We think some of the folks in the village had money, and that helped to build such a nice school and the other nice buildings. The staff of the school were very proud of their building. It was humbling to be there, they were very appreciative.

    However, when we first arrived at the school, nobody ...

    Love at first sight

    A travel blog entry by salilsatpute on Jun 13, 2010

    3 photos

    Somebody woke me up! Reached!

    Got down... it was Sidung Phata! I had no idea where we were... Sanjeev told me we are still on Old Mumbai-Pune highway. There were number of rickshaws standing in a queue and one tea stall.

    8.00AM!

    We asked the rickshaw guy how much to go to Thakurwadi village and he said Rs 60 per rickshaw...we were told distance was 6 Kms... so Mumbai rate...fine... ...

    Matheran - Floral Paradise

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 06, 2008

    1 comment, 303 photos

    ... the large blue Tirumala Limniace. At that time of the evening, it is unusual for butterflies to be so active and we lingered awhile to enjoy the uncommon spectacle. Onward to Hart Point and Monkey Point via a steep, tortuous pathway full of large stones, worse than walking in a dry river bed. Thunder and lightning rent the sky. Not again! Hastily rushing through the dense, dark forest, we were ...

    Matheran Hill Railway

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Nov 05, 2008

    ... forest that grew on the steep shelves between the rock faces. On one such shelf, where one could look over the edge and count several sweeps of the track, the train paused at its second crossing loop - Waterpipe. A couple of hairpin bends later it came out on a narrow sidling on the lip of a cliff that fell vertical for several hundred feet, with more views of narrow gauge rails doubling back and up way below and of a long broad gauge train crawling through Neral station, but with ...

    India Week 2: Hyderabad ~ Pune ~ Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by aclocke on Oct 01, 2006

    ... men/women who are travelling to India. He now has 5 cars. So anyway I guess he had just emailed me today and had no idea we were there now. Even though it was 11:30pm he was so excited to meet us that we all went to Deepika's house for tea. We met her mother and father there and chatted with Mahendra for about an hour. It was so late by the time we got back to the hotel but it was worth every second. We had such a nice night. Mahendra gave us a lift back to the hotel ...