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... green leaf filled with sugar and different spices.... It was vile !!!! But very funny and even the table next to us was laughing at mine and Anna's reaction were bad liars to say the least after dinner we went to a roof top bar for a last drink, which overlooks a big lake and ruins of an ancient village it was quite special ! And very westernised compared to most places in Delhi. All in all an amazing and very interesting day, we loved it ...
... work on its reconstruction. Well, we didn´t consider the fort to be in such a bad shape, nevertheless, we didn´t particularly enjoy it. It was too boring. According to us the Red Fort is just a poorer version of the Agra Fort.
The construction of the Red Fort was initiated in May 1639 and it took 9 years and 3 months to complete it. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan after he decided to shift his capital from Agra to Delhi. The fort was originally known as ...
... maurice, Clíona's gran uncle from then outside and him us from the inside. With the help of granny kitty we found our way to St.Columbus school where we were told we were staying. Thank goodness our taxi driver was nice! 620 rs...seemingly we were robbed but that's €6.50 to us. First guy said 4000!
We were kindly greeted by brother dermot who had no knowledge of our visit but none the less fed us and found us a bed! Clíona had the first ...
... dressed himself in almost his entire wardrobe. I also joined in, wrapping every bloody scarf I'd bought so far around me. I thought a hot drink might do the trick. There were a couple of cups and sachets on a tray, but no kettle. We got cosy with a sofa bed, a cushion and our bar heater. I pulled the thin curtains across the vast single paned, over painted window and popped some extra socks on. It was all very familiar... like being a student ...
... Rajpath is befitting the seat of power the city is..also chandni chowk and gaffar market (karol bagh) can compete with the best foodie and shopping places anywhere else .. the people seem warm and helpful though cabbies can be crooks..the cycle rickshaws are an unique experience and to see some part of delhi on it is as fun as taking a victoria (horse buggie) ride in Bombay.. the pace of life seems a tab bit ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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