Regent Park Hotel

Address: Gujral Nagar, Jalandhar, Punjab, 144001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gujral Nagar, Jalandhar, is near Rangla Punjab Haveli.
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      A travel blog entry by anand.kumar on Mar 19, 2015

      30 photos

      ... padwi') like this. Later on Another punjabi singer Sh. Hans Raj Hans though took the responsibility but left later on too.
      the place represents 3 great saints


      Late but great !

      A travel blog entry by arvandtherese on Jan 21, 2012

      41 photos

      The train is late we find after driver porter station important man and enquiries office lady scratching heads and discussing whether or not the train we are booked on exists or actually goes from this station ! We are at old Delhi station - oh yes it is the right one BUT the train is late - how late ? 2 or 3 hours ! In fact a notice appears on the board - 3 hours because of fog - no fog since yesterday morning ! No worries an opportunity to wander amongst the most basic of market ...

      'The Real' Punjab

      A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 08, 2011

      13 photos

      ... Aman rode the bike while Mandip sat on the back (with both legs to one side) with the wind blowing through her hair (as well as Aman’s, since it is quite long now). We rode through the green fields of Punjab and Aman sang whatever Hindi songs he could think of…although Mandip had to tell him that a Bhangra (Punjabi) song would probably be more appropriate, considering we were in Punjab. Our romantic scene quickly ...

      Sexual Harassment...par for the course.

      A travel blog entry by nvw on Dec 15, 2009

      ... deeply disturbed by the whole event.

      It just went to show what a disaster EduCARE's model is. Mr. B thinks that foreign interns can just walk into Indian villages and start social programs without any support. We're supposed to make our own friends, despite the fact that nobody speaks English. And we're somehow supposed to be able to deduce who we can trust, vs. who will take advantage of us or worse. It's ...

      Hitch hiking on a school bus, just another day.

      A travel blog entry by nvw on Nov 23, 2009

      ... things that I saw, and getting spontaneously hauled off to a wedding or family event. I made new discoveries all of the time, like that peacocks could fly, that the air smelled nice in the evening while whizzing down the road on a motorcycle, and that gulabjamun (aka brown balls) are delicious. I was meeting new people in the village and building relationships. I was learning Punjabi and expanding my vocabulary so I could have goofy conversations with the local ...