Hotel 32nd Milestone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from one train station to another!) Simple! Well...We wandered out the front of the train station into the bedlem that is Delhi, and spoke with one of the more "senior" looking tuk tuk drivers. All we asked for was a simple trip to the train station. He kept convincing us that no, that was a bad idea, we should go to the Delhi train station or to the tourist office to check our tickets. We explained that no, we had our tickets and simply wanted a ride to ...
... a Seifenblase. Which we make now?! Where and how we are to spend the night?! Will I mean travel route to change and another destination select? Where and when do I get my luggage? Still to it I have the problem that I have only a “double entrie visas”, should I the airport now leave, cannot I India NOT again enter. Me all too much is momentary. I am to be flown physically and psychologically totally at the end and briefly before it prematurely home. But that ...
... thousand year old Quran verse wrapped tower standing an imposing 73 meters. This is also home to the first known mosque to be built in India but the site is littered with Jain and Hindu iconography as stone work from other temples was pillaged for this construction. A later sultan while adding to the complex decided to build an even grandeur minaret wishing to double the size of it's predecessor but the tower only reached 27 meters at his death and ...
... young son arrived. I chatted quite a bit in French with the kid as he seemed a very happy little guy. These people had barely just arrived in Kashmir to live there indefinitly, and were now in the obligation of repacking their bags and go back to France until March for the kid's school year. A flood like this doesn't heal itself within a few days. It takes many weeks, even months, and in some respects, even years. At any rate, shortly after their arrival, the Army came to tell ...
... them on their English studies, but sure enough after a five minute walk the conversation always ended in front of an Indian tourism building leaving us feeling used and cheated. We eventually came to the boarders of the new and the old Delhi, which even has a sign to distinguish the two. Within meters of the pseudo boarder, the rubbish cleared and the streets resembled that of a modern city. Tall buildings, traffic lights, even a ...