Hotel Damji's

Address: Opp. Auda Office,Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 380013, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Opp. Auda Office,Ashram 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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    Travel Blogs from Ahmedabad

    On the road again, longest journey

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 21, 2015

    ... Israel kennen. -By the way: In Israel muss jeder/E Staatsbürger/IN für min. 3 JAHRE der Armee dienen^^ Für uns unvorstellbar!-
    Die beiden Freunde haben ebenfalls das gleiche Ziel wie ich: 'Ajanta' & 'Ellora caves'. Nur wollen sie eine Nacht in Aurangabad verbringen, um we***** Stress zu haben. Da ich flexibel bin, schließe ich mich ihnen an und verändere meine Reiseplanung. Danach werden wir Goa bzw. zuvor Mumbai besuchen. Für die nächsten drei Tage werden ...


    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 05, 2013


    ... the sky got lighter and we clattered on through dawn.

    We werent sure what to expect from the countryside; from our train out of Mumbai two days previous we had been surprised to see mountains and wetness not dissimilar to Wales! Here was much flatter, very few defined field margins but obviously agricultural. We think we saw paddy fields, some maize and many cows, including a few carcasses by the side of the road swarming with scavenging birds. Women ...

    Week 3: Food, Culture, History, and Architecture

    A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 21, 2013

    1 comment, 117 photos

    ... they got what they wanted, so I guess it was worth it. When we got to school, something was different, though we could not tell what it was. After we dropped our stuff off in studio and went out to get chai, we noticed that the tree, bench, chair, and stools located on the corner of the soccer field had been painted. They were originally painted a light color, hard to tell because it was so warn, but they were now clearly painted. The tree, bench, and stools were now a vibrant ...

    Week 1: Getting Acquainted and Running Around

    A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jan 14, 2013

    1 comment, 92 photos

    ... in their clothing, women wear a lot of tight clothes.
    As a pale, Caucasian, blond hair, blue eyed female in India, I get a LOT of attention. We, as Americans, are constantly being stared at and are asked if we can have a picture with a native. They sometimes even take photos of us when we aren't looking.

    So, this is going to be the longest blog post. Thanks for living a typical day with me. Now for the fun part: a day-by-day explanation of ...

    From Ahmadabad to Bundi.

    A travel blog entry by nievesjordan on Oct 30, 2012

    47 photos

    ... br> It is fortunate that one can still admire the collection of murals representing the traditional miniature Bundi art. We were lucky to find a very good guide, who explained the meaning of the paintings in vibrant blue, green and turquoise showing hunting and court scenes, Krishna’s stories, etc.
    Some paintings I found very interesting. One represents two elephants fighting. The spectacle of the two poor animals (after making them ...