Crescent Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... hot, short night provided violent interludes of Mupsky horrifying our senses through the loud echos of her actions in the adjacent bathroom. The moans and groans co-mingled with Mumsy's own authentic mix of creepy nightmare noises, in conjunction with our severely decreased mobility, made it a blessing to rise up before 4am. Only to realise later that our train had another 15 hours delay.
From extreme holiness to extreme touristness, Agra and the Taj Mahal. ...
... Kaete is now hooked on these things. We paid our bill and went outside. Across the road was a phone shop where I bought an Indian SIM card for my phone. I was well aware that I was being ripped off at the time, but I really wanted this sim. No contact with the outside world was beginning to become a little unbearable! It would also be very handy to have a data connection as I could then use maps : a very useful tool indeed. So I stood there patiently for over 45 minutes whilst the ...
... stonework consists of intricately carved figures and each one tells a story. One of the temples tells the story of Kama Sutra. I took pictures... This was an obvious tourist sight so the enterprising locals were everywhere selling their trinkets and these lovely flowers with their perfumed scent. They can be a bit full on - you start politely saying no thank you and then quickly progress to totally blanking them. One old lady kept tapping on our ...
... in to six lanes of
traffic to make a U turn with Indian music blasting out and laughing that he
was “15 years no accidents m ’am”. Regular plugs about the size of his tip, invites to meet his wife and baby (even after he had told us his children had left home) and trying to get
us to visit his friends shop were all as we had remembered from our previous
Our last ...
... it one of the most diverse eating experience on the planet. The family's cook with so much love and next to no money. Certainly one thing I've had in common with the Indian family's is that every meal comes with thought and excitement. I am already thinking about what to eat on Sunday night and its Thursday. They are the same. I have had an amazing time and would not swap it for anyone's month... India from luxury hotels in the sky is so very different from the ground floor day to ...