The Pride Hotel Nagpur
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Nagpur
... minutes. While my map was to blame, in hind sight i wish i'd asked someone and confirmed. Though in saying that, i had no reason to doubt anything at the time. After all, it was a monument on a round-about, which coincided with the little information i had, plus it was marked "Zero Mile" on my map. I may not have gotten the "money shot" but at least i came and saw the centre of India. Still, what a div i am for missing the main attraction.
... were denoted by stars or other added adornments. Standing, coming to attention and saluting were the norm when upper level or high ranking staff were greeted such as at meetings, driving through back country gates and checkpoints, and even at meals. I must have been considered a high-ranking guest too, as I was regularly treated this way. I was really taken aback, when I was picked up at the airport upon arriving to participate in the MEEs. The uniformed ...
... them she told them to tell me to,go to the hotel.When I got there it was time to eat,I ate lobster for lunch.When I was done I went back to my moms friends house.As soon as I got there,my mom called and told me to go home.When I got there I had to go see The Sky Tower.When we got back I went straight to ...
... because she is old.When I got home my mom had pizza on the table,my mom makes really good pizza.When I was done I went to the Art Gallery,I went there because I love art.When I got home I gave my mom a mask that I had made,she loved it,it was black and white with red scars.After that,we went out to eat,we went to Dynasty.Then I went to bed because it was really dark outside.
... bulging in my pants. It was a long hot day on train. The train stopping all the time so definitely not the express. The Indian landscape is generally quite flat and not very inspiring. Passed through mostly small agricultural regions with sugar cane, maize,and potatoes. Lots of little shanty homes and villages. Arrived in Nagpur and caught my first bicycle rickshaw into town. Why is it that bicycle rickshaw drivers have the skinniest legs in the ...