- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Harmony
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Harmony Vadodara
Travel Blogs from Vadodara
... with your attorney before signing on the dotted line. A New Reverse Mortgage Product Announced - Mini-HECM's. From there, you need to contact the holder of the loan (most likely the lender) and talk to them about getting an assumption package. Experts define reverse mortgage as the ability of homeowners to borrow money as long as they are 62 year of age, and reside in a certain property that they own. The ...
... Temple. To get there we had to do some unexpected off road driving through forest terrain also occupied by the leopard! (Didn't see one though). The temple is of huge importance to the Hindu religion. It was set in a very peaceful position within the forest. We drove back through the jungle and made our way to Pavagadh Hill. Tourists normally drive part way up the hill and then take the gondola the rest of the way up, while Indian from all over take the ...
... share of chipmunks. We then moved on to a forex trader and exchanged some sterling for rupee. We then returned to Lakshmi palace where it had now been opened and proceeded to start our audio tour. The palace was impressive being the most expensive to build in its time. It was designed by an english architect and incorporated a lot of sculpted marble by a famous Italian artist. After walking around the palace we drove ...
... fire, a flat battery, a spark plug change and another flat tyre. Was quickly forced to learn how to drive the thing under pressure with trucks, tractors, cows, people and motorbike coming in and around from every direction. * day 2 we were up nice and early to clock up a few kms.... Little did we realize QUITE how cold it would be at 7am in the desert in winter traveling in an open air vehicle. With all our clothes ...
... the mountain. The road was full of switchbacks and turns. Our first stop, just a few switchbacks from our hotel, were the arches Saat Kaam (meaning 7 arches).
There were stubs of fort walls here and there on the mountain and many Indians were following a footpath that goes by them to the top of the mountain.
At the foot of the mountain are the remnants of a 6 km long outer fort wall. ...