The Coronet Elegance

Address: Opposite Shivarkar Garden, City International School, Fatima Nagar, Wanowari, Pune, Maharashtra, 411 027, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Opposite Shivarkar Garden, City International School, Fatima Nagar, Wanowari, Pune, is near Laxmi Road, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Shaniwar Wada, and Panshet Dam.
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Travel Blogs from Pune

I love the architecture

A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jun 25, 2015

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... crowned by temples.

Most people speak Marathi. It is 150 kilometers east of Mumbai located at an altitude of 560 meters above sea level. It is situated on the eastern edge of the Western Ghats in the Deccan plateau.
Pune is considered as the "cultural capital of the state", he has a university faculties and prestigious schools

You can visit:
Karla Caves
Pataleshwar Cave Temple
Chaturshringi Temple
Sinhagad ...

Paradise of Hinjewadi - The BlueRidge

A travel blog entry by travelofun on May 25, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... IT Park, Pune in some of the known / unknown big / mid / small size IT companies. What I have seen Hinjewadi 7 years back where it used to be only Infosys as the only company standing tall surrounded by village has now been transformed into a big IT hub.

I know what you all be feeling, 'what this guy is writing'. This is my first blog and I am just trying my hand so bear with me.

So, we all live IT life every day, strict ...

The Past Catches up!

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Mar 28, 2015

... was the entry to the notorious Osho Ashram (a very cynical write up in the Lonely Planet's India guide) and on, looking for a tree to hug in the much vaunted Koregaon Park. Unfortunately all the trees were hidden behind large fences and no go signs.

On my return to my digs I was approached by a beggar lady and walked within close proximity to two maroon clad devotees of the Osho Ashram. Both of which I did not react well too: curt language ...

They've all simply gone Potty

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Mar 27, 2015

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... running the whole length of the station inside the rail track. At first I thought it was dogs or other animals but then realised it was human. When I used the toilet on the train; the 'hole' empties directly onto the train track. I vaguely remember British trains having signs declaring the toilet out of use when stationary - I guess it's just the two countries are at different stages of potty evolution. Im sure you'll appreciate the fact that I didn't take any photos of ...

2. Pune

A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 16, 2014

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... br>
One thing I hadn't cone across before was the level of product placement interwoven into the post-match analysis.

We had the "Hero of the Game" sponsored by motorbike company Hero. "Fittest player of the game" sponsored by Gatorade. And the "Hard as Nails" award(celebrating the hardest hit tackle) sponsored by the Indian equivalent of Arnicare...

We then said goodnight, as Jijoy, Riya, Karma and Soorej went back across the ...