Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Sahibabad
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... first time around (although several were closed in anticipation of the upcoming Independence Holiday). The B group went to see some of the ‘secondary’ sights.
The B people started off by visiting the Gandhi Museum. In the latter years of his life, Gandhi would stay at the house of a businessman whenever he was in Delhi. The first floor was filled with cardboard panels detailing his life, death and ...
... bread and custard dessert and enjoyed my compensation. I was also given 3 bottles of water. The time was just before 2:30pm by this time and we were taken back to gate 22 to board our flight. By the time everyone boarded it was further delayed another 30 minutes. My seat this time around wasn't as good. I was sitting in the isle seat with two people next to me. It wasn't bad, just not as good as my luxury seat in the last flight. Less than an hour into ...
So then we said no to the Idly - that maybe we would try it next time and hopped back in the car after taking some pictures and crossing the scary roads again.
We continued on our way to be dropped off at the hotel....
Though Rashmi lives in Dwarka, she lives in Sector 5 and has never had reason to head to Sector 13.... meaning she didn't actually know how to get to our hotel. So we drove towards sector 13, ...
... 8220;We’re not sure, that’s why we need the map”
“How long will you be in Delhi?”
“We’re not sure”
What are your plans for when you leave Delhi?”
“Do you have a map?”
“Can we have one?”
“Will you be going to Srinagar after Delhi?”
“Eventually - maybe”
“Do you have a hotel ...
... be exiled from your own home. The messages the contributors in the museum are all the same, for peace and Tibet's freedom. Outside the museum is a plaque filled with memorials of people who sacrificed their own lives in protest, the billboard is almost full with recent deaths filling the last few spaces. Today is the 61st year of Chinese occupation of Tibet, still Tibetans are fleeing to India running from torture and prison. ...