Delhi Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that was built to impress. One of the most impressive features were the fountains and waterways that surrounded and even ran through the buildings to provide cooling on hot Delhi summer days. It must have been a spectacular sight when it was filled with the sights and sounds of the Delhi court, the mughal, the scheming courtesans and the brightly coloured array of servants, visits and courtiers.
... Delhi have to be witnessed first hand to believe. There are no pavements, no rules of the road and more modes of transport than you can imagine. The horns are relentless, even the trucks have painted on the back of them 'horn please.' Everything on the side of the road is covered in inches of dust and grime whilst cows walk in the middle of the road like Kings. Everywhere you look all you can see is rubbish on the floor and Indians urinating ...
... few "haveli" - which is a house for the extended family stay. We got to interact with the locals including trying our hand at cricket on the rooftop with some of the local boys - until Terry hit a home run which ended the game as they had to retrieve the ball by running down 4 flight of steps.
The tour ended at our guide's haveli with a home cooked meal and a kite flying lesson.
... the owner tried to sell me jewellery I had no intention of buying, but I indulged him and we wasted each other's time for five minutes, he was clearly unhappy I left empty-handed. After that Kumar took me to... another textiles factory. Been there, done that I said but Kumar insisted I have a look. I was greeted by a guy called Rahol who was very charming and affable. I rather frostily told him I'd just come from a textiles factory and bought what I had needed, but he asked me to ...
... lights that didn’t work and others that wouldn’t turn off and a pleasant aroma coming from the toilets.
After not much sleep on the train we were pleased to arrive in Rishikesh, a beautiful, very relaxing town in the north of India at the base of the Himalayan range (no snow capped mountains in sight however) on the bank of the Ganges river. Some of you oldies may recognise Rishikesh as the place the Beatles made one of its Ashrams ...