Le Grande Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... show the path of Jainism. Amazing work.
We started for Ahmedabad with a plan to have lunch at Udaipur. We wanted to bypass Udaipur and have lunch somewhere on the way to Ahmedabad.
To our pleasant surprise, we saw a mall right near the Udaipur bypass, called celebration mall. Big mall, with variety of food. The most appropriately located for road trippers from Ajmer, Jaipur, Delhi to Gujarat, who ...
... for both sides of my family to get leads on our ancestors, seeing as there is so much conflicting information. David suggested that my uncles contact the Mormons, as they hold a great number of the records. He explained how he, too, was having difficulty with filling in his family tree, but one quick call to a man in charge of a Mormon heritage site let him in the right direction. We also discussed different religions and compared and contrasted their beliefs. I have always found ...
... crowded it was.) After successfully buying three tunic outfits and a pair of super cool pants, we all headed back to the hostile to meet up with the guys, where we headed out to the "Gujarati Dining Hall." That was certainly an experience. This was the first time that we were served as we ate. They gave us many different types of bread and cookies to dip all of the side dishes in. It was served in a typical dining hall way (like this: ...
Part 3 of my registration is now done, and there is nothing more for me to do to stay here in India until February when I need to get my visa extended. Huzzah!
I went to the office with another teacher/friend from the school to get there for my 11:30 appointment, expecting to be seen right away. HA! We waited for 30 minutes then were told that the interviews weren’t happening until 13:30, so ...
For such an interesting state, and one that is sandwiched between the two most frequented tourist site in India (Rajasthan and Mumbai), Gujarat is, strangely, completely off the tourist map. In fact, while I was there, I only ran into one other Westerner. It's a shame, really, because Gujarat presented to me one of the most authentic sides of India in my trip so far.
For me, there was no question about visiting Gujarat. Gujarat is my ancenstral ...