The Pride Hotel Ahmedabad

Address: Judges Bungalow Road, off S.G.Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380054, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Judges Bungalow Road, off S.G.Road, Ahmedabad, is near Sabarmati Ashram / Mahatma Gandhi's Home, Adalaj Step-well, Calico Museum of Textiles, and Shanku's Water Park.
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      ... with English and the little knowledge of Hindi that I have. But, after ordering chai, and being surrounded by a group of native students, and the man serving the chai said to me, "Tea ma'am," I knew that I had to put an effort into learning more of their language. If I wanted to be treated as though I would fit in a little bit more, I needed to make an effort. They were not going to just accept an American with blonde hair and blue eyes if she was acting stand-offish (if ...

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