The Crown Palace

Address: M- 71 & 72, South City, Phase -1, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on M- 71 & 72, South City, Phase -1, Gurgaon, is near Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Wave Cinema at the Centrestage Mall, Noida, and Delhi to Kolkata Express.
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    Last Day in India

    A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on Jul 02, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... we learned that Buddhist was one. There was a large museum with many artifacts from the excavation site and many carvings of Buddha. Not one was fat or happy! We walked across to the a beautiful park where the excavations were done, which was where Buddha first starting engaging people with his beliefs. I had no idea that we would learn so much about many different religions while were here! It certainly gave us a new view and respect ...

    Neverending story?!

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Mar 08, 2015

    46 photos

    ... seit gestern Abend wieder geöffnet und der Anflug ist nun endlich wieder möglich. Jeder der Reisenden wurde darüber informiert, nur ich nicht. Amar hat mir jedoch eine Nachricht geschrieben, dass der Flughafen geräumt ist und dass die ersten Flüge um 10:30 starten. Heute sollen acht voll gefüllte Flugzeuge nach Kathmandu starten. Es werden Zwischenflüge eingeschoben, um die Menschenmassen, die sich seit mehreren Tagen am Flughafen befinden 'ab zu transportieren'.

    Dirty and Delightful Delhi

    A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Dec 27, 2014

    16 photos

    ... neutralizing gowns (mine was red with polka dots). We stepped along in pigeon poop and enjoyed the beautiful building. It was very different from the mosques we had seen in Turkey; it was completely outdoors and decorated with carpets and grand chandeliers. Our next order of business was a walk through the local markets. Many of the shops we closed but it was still busy with tuk-tuks, bikes, cows and people. The area was grungy, gritty and so interesting. The streets were ...

    Leaving Dharamsala

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Oct 08, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    It is with mixed emotions that I leave Dharamsala today after 2-½ weeks. It was such a great opportunity to see my friends again, and meet their oldest daughter, studying to become a Tibetan Doctor. In 2010, she was in high school far out of town, much like their middle daughter, whom I met back then, is doing now. The youngest one has grown up too. Her husband Tsering is ever the great Tibetan cook that he is, with always a big spread of wonderful local dishes. My ...

    Airport o clock

    A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 17, 2014

    ... leaving for the airport. Rajesh picked us up and this really was the last journey with him. It ended how it began and how it remained consistently throughout, crawling in traffic all the way there, beeping horns a constant background noise. We made it just in time but it meant I had to run to board my flight. Just what you want to do with luggage that weighs the same as a fat child. However, all was fine because I made it on the flight. Unfortunately I was ...

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