Amba Residency Hotel
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... a very happy, very short, very nice, and very fast Indian man. If we weren't sweating enough from the humid temperature, we were sweating to keep up with this man as he takes us to his car. During orientation we did a "comfort zones" activity and one of the questions was about having your suitcases riding on top of the car. Little did I know, mine would be one of the suitcases on the top of the van that this little Indian man drove. Thankfully he did use a rope to strap it and ...
... Made for some brilliant photos and really nice colour on the Taj! We did a couple for laps of the bottom part and top part, and then checked out the inside. We weren't allowed to take photos inside but the inside is no where near as amazing as the outside. I was expecting some very extravagant decorations but it was quite simple with the tombs of the husband and wife. I ...
... so ever! Every country has rude people granted but this place breaks all records! Try standing in a que and have men, women and children just push past you as if you don't exist...I never once got used to it. Another head scratcher about this country is the contrast between ridiculous wealth and shocking poverty which are both on the same street. It was always sad for us to see the poverty but what maybe was sadder was the fact that we got used to ...
... until about noon, and by then my eye was relatively human again so I went into the office. At night I went to a coworker, Will's, housewarming party since he and his fam just got a new place. Finding his place was like looking for a buried treasure. Street signs aren't visible and peoples directions (though I don't have a clue what they're saying in Hindi) don't seem very accurate either. After making about 50 lefts, ...
... get payed a commission. Had a vey tasty meal in a restaurant suggested by the hotel owner. Big blowout for £8.50 including a tip. Really excellent.
PS- didn't mention the noise, unbelievable. Our nightly tiple at the moment is whisky and lemonade apparently the whisky is very good for the Delhi Belly. Yeh right
Check for teddy in some of the pictures he's small and ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services