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

    For the eye camp team, Wednesday was a bit of a surprise. We have performed these camps in a dozen or so villages around India over the last four years, and they are almost always the same: lots of mud huts, a few brick buildings, usually the church, and lots of animals. It really does look like something from Biblical times. However, on Wednesday, the team went to a small village that had the most ...

    Day at the Orphanage

    A travel blog entry by cbctrips on Jul 20, 2010

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... for their lives, and that it is no accident that they ended up here! We had the special blessing of presenting the letters from the Sunday School children at CBC to the children in the orphanage. After reading several of them, we also gave them some pictures that Jeanne Hudnutt had taken in January. They loved seeing their own faces in the photos! After a time of prayer, we had about an hour more ...

    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

    ... took up, and began climbing almost straight away, a little deep-blue train on a beached dun hillside under a dust-hazy sky. Soon the fierce curves began, cut into the niches and gullies of the hillside on a grade that varied around an average of 1/25. Having ascended a spur that buttressed the main plateau of Matheran, the line paused for a station and a change of token, then tackled the main scarp. It picked its way over the black basalt face of the cliff, hairpin bending among ...

    India Week 2: Hyderabad ~ Pune ~ Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by aclocke on Oct 01, 2006

    ... 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 and it ...