Delhi Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the roads.
We drove past the Red Fort from the Shah Jehan Mughal dynasty. The architecture was very similar to the fort in Agra.
Our first stop was at Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. It was completed in 1656 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan. We had to remove our shoes and socks because it had rained through the night. The red sandstone floors were quite cool on our feet, but the pigeon ...
... newer addition to the facilities. There are many websites that facilitate hassle free online booking for bus journeys. Here are the top five websites:
1. redBus.in: redBus is India's largest ticket booking platform. This company which was founded in 2005 also sells tickets offline through different outlets. It is a part of the Ibibo group and has offices in ...
... It shouldn't have been that unexpected though, as to get there we had to walk through a gated housing estate full of posh cars, which i can only assume is home to the few Indian middle class. Today, we went for high tea at The Imperial -- possibly the most refined way to while away an afternoon in Dehli. 'Opulent' doesn't really do the hotel justice. Entering through ...
... impact as well as an international impact, while simultaneously bringing in speakers to educate the Babson community about how powerful the micro finance model is for socio-economic improvement in poverty stricken areas. I spent my entire spring semester skyping MFI's (micro finance institutions) in Rwanda, getting in touch with Kiva representatives in Kigali and other cities within Rwanda, and working with the Babson-Rwanda center for entrepreneurship. I ...
... 200 years ago, and they look really stylish and elegant. I was a little surprised that the sister missionaries are wearing knee length skirts, as it seems that might be seen as rather provocative and I don't think it is very culturally sensitive... Anyway not my call, but I didn't even feel particularly comfortable when I wore a knee length skirt to church. So, I decided I wouldn't do that again while I am here, and will stick to my long dress that is only a few inches above my ...