Hotel 32nd Milestone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... me. Tourists, locals and a large gathering of pigeons are strewn throughout the courtyard that separates the entrance and the main hall. The view from the courtyard is wonderful and allows you to see the new the old and the current India (the good the bad and ugly). Inside the main hall are white marble tiles with designs etched into them. When you look up, you see the ceilings are an artwork on their own. All were grand either in their own way.. ...
... be considered poutine it needs three key ingredients, the two they have included, chips and cheese but also gravy which is very important. I recommend they update their menu to cheese and chips and polish off the dish with great disappointment. We decide to head out for a real meal to avoid further menu discord or disappointment before I call it a night.
Not considering it's the weekend the following morning we head to the Red Fort only ...
... One thing I quickly noticed was that the Indian tourists would simply congregate around the entrance to the beach but wouldn't venture any further. This meant that you had hundreds of people in one area & then miles of deserted beaches to make the most of. Oh & men just rock about in their boxes when they want to chill on the beach, oh well when in Rome.
... walls of the palace and that all the trenches around were originally filled with rose water that elephants were pumping etc...and in the end I grew quite fond of our sweet little man who kept saying 'are you happy?' and 'please, I take you a photo' and kept handing back our camera with two hands and a bow. Sorry Lukey, you were right, Meleesa was wrong...
Also went through a town called Mathura (birth place of the Hari Krishna). We were left to explore a ...
... 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 ...