Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... true) but has good food. I ordered a non-Veg Talith, a platter of some vegetable, peas and potato I think, some rice, some vegetable curry a smoky flavored chicken curry which was excellent, some yogurt which is called curd here and a salad of the most randomly assorted array of vegetables. I enjoyed my platter very much and managed to make a mess with the lemon soda again. It is a drink unique to India, a little bit of lemon juice, squeezed fresh in a glass and a bottle ...
... Olympic Park. David kept telling me that I must remember the iconic stadium, but I couldn't. On our way to the subway we dawdled through Nan Xincang Cultural Leisure Street. This was an official storage of imperial rations, built in 1409AD. It consisted of nine granaries that had been turned into restaurants.
Metro took us to the Olympic Park which was built on the central axis of Beijing and high on the "dragon path" (the same line as the Forbidden Palace). The Beijing ...
... coming from the inside to the outside. Despite the relative peace of the hotel there is the constant hooting of car horns from the road outside. You would seriously have to be mad to drive a car in Delhi. There are lane markings but nobody seems to take any notice of them and instead horns seem to be used as a way of indicating that the car behind you, which is currently no more than two inches from the side of your your back bumper, wishes to come ...
... style (see pic) I texted Sarah Lash and she asked me if I got hit in the eye (no), had shortness of breath (no), pain (no). I noticed a couple of mosquito bites on that same side of my face (see pic), and based on my history with mosquitos, figured those effers bit me and I had an allergic reaction. Thankfully, I'm on anti-malaria pills, so I took my daily dose and kissed the bottle for emphasis. I worked from ...
... untested'. That's a pretty good summary of how I feel right now." Finally, hunger drove us out again, and guess what? Sunday night is the big shopping night, and so many, many families and young adults were out shopping, we seemed to get lost in the crowd. We actually had a lovely, almost hassle-free walk and dinner. Dinner was at the United Coffee House, dating to the 1920s. Mostly Indian ...