Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tended crops, bullocks pulling ploughs, sari-clad women working the fields or up to their waists in swamp-like pools doing something with the crops, dhobi-wallahs washing clothes by beating them on the banks of a rather polluted-looking river and then squalid hovels alongside the railway on the approach to Delhi.
On the train itself, every seat was taken – we were travelling in 3AC-CC (3rd class air-conditioned with chairs). The coach style chairs were ...
... spend money on whether they can afford it or not.
So, you enter through the Barbican Wall then on through the enormous Lahori Gate with gates made from solid wood and gold that are so heavy they had to be opened by elephants. You stroll though Meena Bazaar which, back in ol' Shan's time would also have been shops but on two levels and catering to the higher classes selling velvet, gold and gems ...
The sun is out again and soon there is very little sign that it ever rained. I got up early and walked around Karol Bagh before the midday sun. The market is divided into sections, mainly selling clothes, jewellery and a large market (Ghaddar market) devoted to gadgets and electronics. The majority of shops on Anmahl Khan road (the main market road), are devoted to both western and traditional clothing. There are a mix of stalls ...
... 7 am I start wanting breakfast but still no breakfast at 7.30. The guys from yesterday is here to pick me up and says my room is ready now and I can have breakfast there. It's only around the corner but this place looks like a proper hotel! Proper reception, launch area, different floors with hotel rooms and secure doors with double locks and latches. The staff are very nice and I find out the two guys works here:) I am very comfortable here and had a nice Indian ...
... and there was enough flex in our schedule nothing else was impacted.
But I was SO frustrated to have to wait 12 hours longer, when I already hadn't seen her since July. And I also had very mixed feelings about her obvious competence at traveling alone. On the one hand, I knew Rachel could handle almost anything on her own. On the other hand, it's more evidence that my baby girl does just fine without me. ...