Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there are five, all very close to each other. I would not want to drive on the roads. At 6 o'clock we met with our group and after a brief "meeting" we all went out for dinner, our first meal in India. I'm not sure what we ate, but it was really good. The restaurant was a 10 minute walk from our hotel and as we walked, we had to watch very carefully for cars! I am very tired, but am looking forward to our tour of Delhi ...
Today was a light day with only one meeting scheduled in the morning with the All India Council for Technical Education and so far is the closest organization that closely parallels what we do in Canada. The numbers in India are massive - 11,000 technical institutions in India. And this Council oversees them all. Check out the " No Bribery" sign that is in the main lobby. I have seen it other places as well. Corruption still exists and looks like they are trying ...
... commuting 60 mins there and 60 minutes back a day took its toll, the amount of people that travel by metro which is by far the most convenient and economical way to travel in Delhi, is phenomenal, we're talking the station where I had to travel to has 500,000 people a day (yes EVERYDAY) that travel through the station to get to their destination!!!
On top of that completing assignments ...
... a sticker "Manufactured in Łódź" (cheaper than in Poland, too :) ) and a poster advertising a Jerzy Grotowski retrospective in local theaters ...also in Calcutta when visiting a park around the Victoria Memorial no sooner had we sat down to rest in the shade than we were overwhelmed by throngs of tourists greedy for a snapshot with us, maybe two, well ten at the most, and actually mostly with Kama to tell you the truth; ...
... to the driver who again starts muttering about airport charges or something. The doorman is six foot three and six foot six in his turban. He pulls himself to his full height and towers and glowers over the driver who is about five foot four. The driver gives up and walks off in a huge huff and I walk off with the protective bulk of the doorman following behind. 200 rupees is about £2 sterling by the way. Why do taxi rides from airports always have to be such a hassle?