Hotel Ashiana

50,Ara Kashan Road,Ram Nagar, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 2 star hotel
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Road Rage or Road Respect?

A travel blog entry by jane.oloughlin


... so far is the tractors. Drivers go cruising down the highway in these farm machines, vividly decorated with streamers and pumping Bollywood tunes. Trucks are donned in much the same fashion, with bright colours painted on the sides, tinsel, scarves, and very odd sounding musical horns. 4) And speaking of horns .... It never stops. The traffic is constantly talking, honk honk hoot hoot LET ME THROUGH!!!!! It's a nice break to get the ...


A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... sit in the back of a tuk tuk in heart stopping traffic and feel we are "home"?

We see a bustling network of backstreets across from our hotel and find normal Sunday commerce and some vegetarian dumplings.

Back at the hotel we're ready for a beer and some food. A few Kingfishers quench our need for a day-ending buzz and our paratha and some vegetable thing deliver what we hoped they would; the best Indian food we have ever tasted in our lives!!!

Pictures to ...

Humayan's Tomb, The Towers, Gandhiji Museum, Dance

A travel blog entry by gumnut_kim


... It was powerful and picked up the mood of each era in a poignant way. At the end of her performance Geeta was presented with flowers by the grand daughter of Mahatma Gandhi. This was very unexpected and very special to be part of the audience who witnessed it. We were the guests of Colonel Gopal, Indian Historian, and his wife Gita. Gopal grew up in the same village as Geeta Chandran and introduced us to her at the end of the ...

Halpin's Guide to India: Part 1 - Delhi

A travel blog entry by jhalpin14


... out of the dodgy Pahar Ganj area, which is always good. We drove our hotel down from about 4700 rupees and night to 2000. Bargain.

9) Amusing use of English: You get the feeling that the people here don’t d much research into the English words they decide to use as catchy jingles for their products. One such shop proudly displayed a product it sold named ‘COCK’. I was also disappointed that we hadn’t seen the much more run-down and ...

Jacky Paper and Jumping trains

A travel blog entry by eric.gina


... to roll, so we jump on a random car. Its empty, decent beds....but it smells like a outhouse... its going to have to do. Haha we pull out our sleeping bags get all settled, catch our breath, just start to fall asleep train stops again... I jump off to find someone, Gina is in hysterics, yelling at me to get back on train. Finally find someone. He says wait till next stop. Jump back on. Quickly pack everything. Train stops again. We ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Kadam Sharif area of New Delhi, is near Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), National Gandhi Museum, Crafts Museum, and Delhi Golf Club (DGC).
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