Trehan's Ashiana Hotel

26 Rani Ka Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amritsar

Closing in on the Finish in Punjab

A travel blog entry by johneklund


... English-Scottish border. The Scots could play bagpipes and eat deep-fried food to some form of choreographed march, while the English could have an umbrella march with the closing happening in parallel to a beer drinking contest between the Scottish and English guards.

After the ceremony we headed back to the hotel for a lovely Italian meal. We were the only people in the restaurant and had frequent visits from the Chefs who kept checking to make sure that we ...

Your a Star, Amritsar!

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson


... a bizarre Hindu Temple dedicated to the female saint Lal Devi. Inside the temple was a crystal maze style route through tunnels, stairs and water pools to various shrines dotted throughout the temple.

  • Heading to the city centre area, we passed through the Gandhi Gate and the North Gate (now the Town Hall) to Jallianwala Bagh, the site of a British-led massacre in 1919. The area had been turned into a lovely memorial gardens with some ...

  • Amritsar: The Golden Temple

    A travel blog entry by zolkower


    ... There we were, sitting on the floor of a semi-open kitchen, surrounded by Sikh men and women, who volunteer to make the food every day. They were so welcoming to us and really took us in hand to show us how to roll out the chapati dough. It appears simple in theory, but my guess is that the finesse required to do it expertly can only be acquired after rolling a few thousand. In any case my "tutor" seemed relatively pleased with my efforts, ...

    Day 16 - Delhi & overnight train to Amritsar

    A travel blog entry by nthnbrwn


    ... you swap with me because I can't climb onto the top bunk" I'm ****** off at this point so I was blunt with her and said "no, or unless you find two beds together we aren't going to move again". After a couple of awkward minutes of looking around she finds herself a bottom bunk so she is tells us we are okay to have 20/22. Good! Once the train departs from the station we decide to clamber up on the top bunks, and lay out the bed sheets and get comfy. The same lady shouts ...

    Amritsar: My 700-strong literal Deaf Community

    A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23


    ... locals into the equation ): and the sad reality that though maybe one day some of my camp friends may make it to the UK the likelihood of my Indian friends being able to tackle the exchange rate to afford a holiday in the UK (/wanting to ...) is less likely ... I genuinely think the idea of a 'Deaf meet' of all the Deaf schools is such a nice idea and needs to happen in the UK. It was like the temple became like a literal 'Deaf community' for five days. It was magical. Also ...


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