Hotel Chand Palace
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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I mentioned our hotel in Delhi was well and truly in the budget category of hotels and districts so I won't go into the dingy room, the noise, the cockroaches, the bed bugs, or the lack of wifi... because for £25 for 4 nights, it was actually an ok-ish place to stay. They were only small cockroaches. They did seem to be in some kind of dodgy …
For the past 15 years or so, I have wanted to go to India. I've read a ****-ton of books and articles. I've watched all the documentaries, films, and anything else India-related that I could. Friends that are from India or that have just been on holiday, have described it to me in colourful detail. We arrived with our first hotel booked, a vague …
... threw it out). We also ate a potato samosa on the street that was a bit different than the samosas we are used to (think phyllo dough wrapped around mashed potatoes seasoned with curry spices) that we bought for about thirty cents that was SO good. Scott thought we might lose weight on this trip because of all of the walking we will be doing. I'm not so sure. The food is just too good and too cheap!
Prices- hotel- $25/night (could be cheaper, but we ...
... their flag while small group of employees and hotel guest watch. Then they sang their anthem. Driver takes us to see Ericsson at Rob's request and then to TGIP for shopping. Mall is full of security. At the front door women on one side, men on the other as we are patted down! Friday is independence for India so mall is very busy. Everyone stares at the odd white couple. We smile at everyone to make them comfortable with us. When we walk ...
... was built back in the 1700's and took 22yrs to build. A mix of Hindu & Muslim architecture. However the Maharaja only spent one night in it as he went off to war in Pakistan the next day and never came back. Our guide piled us into some tuc-tucs and took us on a bumpy ride out into the countryside to a tiny village to see real village life. About 150 people lived there and they came out of all corners once the first shout went up that Gories had arrived (aka White ...