Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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... an amusement park, with no seat belts we weaved in and around cars and trucks at a rapid pace, no such thing as lanes or sides of the road just drive and beep the horn as if invisible. Eventually we managed to get to the door of our hotel unharmed. We booked a hotel on the main bazaar, absolute madness, cars, people, cats, dogs and cows all jammed into a busy narrow street, the hardest sight was the young kids falling around after sniffing ...
... his wife in a nice sari and her little son, an older couple and a young guy, whom I instantly gave the name „Player“ in my head. I feared a little, the 3,5 hours ride could get boring, but my fear turned out to be wrong. The „Player“ was constantly charging one of his three cell phones, while watching music videos on the other ones, later on he showed the fellow passengers who is the man on the car and talked to the foreigner on ...
... tightly to our person, we now mostly take it all in stride as "part of the package".
Paharganj is a beat up looking area where budget accommodation and cheap eats abound. If you've been to Bangkok, think a dirtier, more grimy and more dimly lit Khaosan Rd. In fact, that's probably still too nice a description. Despite the lack of good looks, it does offer a great location near the train station and metro lines - a big advantage. We paid a bit over $30 ...
... out of the elevator and as I'm walking along one of the spirals, I see a closet that looks completely dilapidated, like it was the victim of an electrical fire. As I walk down one of the spirals, the smell of mold increases to the point I have to turn back. I see paint peeling off the walls. This place has major water damage.
My room doesn't smell or have too much peeling and the sheets look clean, so I'm relieved that at least part of the hotel ...
... with customers.
Finally, we rolled past Victoria Terminus Railway Station (a World Heritage Site also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus ) to the Gateway Of India. The arched structure commemorates the visit of King George V and Queen Mary. This area is full of vendors, locals, tourists — everyone tuned in their own one oblivious of neighbors.
As our two-hour heritage tour winded up my husband and I hopped on to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet