Delhi Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1/13, Single Storey, Tilak Nagar, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110018, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Sulabh International Museum of Toilets and Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resort New Delhi.
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    Delhi...the whole story in one day.

    A travel blog entry by lyndajohn on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... but smiling..... all of them. Why is it that the poorest people are the happiest people? Maybe Buddhist belief about attachment to things always leading to dissatisfaction is true. People today were showing me that you didn't need anything to be happy. The other interesting thing for me was the contract between our visit to the Hindu temple; busy, chaotic, dirty but welcoming anyone who wanted to come in and witness their acts of worship. (We even joined in with the ...

    Don't drink the ice

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... with my face clued to the window, mouth wide open and eyes everywhere. I think I almost died about 4 times on the way, the closest of which being when my driver had 2 wheels on either side of the solid white line, which divides oncoming traffic. Then he stopped the car in the middle of the highway, to point out a monkey sanctuary, which he simply had to make sure I saw...I just ...

    Hello Jo and Wilf

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Dec 27, 2013

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    ... though why each successive leader felt the need to move the town centre to another place and start again is more of a mystery, a lot of very self-important leaders it seems, including of course the British most recently!

    Our visit to the 12th century Quitb Minar tower at the site of one of the earlier Muslim town centres was pretty impressive – as was another Mughal centre in the enormous Red Fort in the heart of the Old Town (at least ...

    The condemned man ate a hearty breakfast

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... degrees C and we are both a bit droopy. We decide to give the local transport a go, and attempt to negotiate a fare with a pedal rickshaw driver - rather mean given the heat and our combined mass. He asks for 50 rupees (50p). We know we are supposed to haggle but at this price we haven't the heart or the energy to refuse. This mode of transport is also slower than walking, the traffic still being closer to stationary than moving, but in this heat, preferable all the same. ...

    A tale of two cities

    A travel blog entry by chris_and_laura on Apr 17, 2013

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    ... a taste of the Mughal dynasty; the National Gandhi Museum, which had a huge collection of spinning wheels and some of Gandhi's meagre possessions; and the beautiful, expansive Raj Ghat park, commemorating the site of Gandhi's cremation. Just a short hop south on the efficient metro, New Delhi was built by English architect Edwin Lutyens between 1914 and 1931 after the British decided to shift the capital from Calcutta in 1911. Although the Brits ...