Crowne Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my surprise, started to eat the peanuts they provided with the drinks.Later on for dinner we also had a vegetarian curry with 'cottage cheese' or paneer and he also enjoyed that so much, he wanted seconds, along with a peanut and papaya salad!! I guess Alex is more open to new experiences than I thought so I will definitely be taking full advantage of that.
The second day we went on a walking tour of Old Delhi, lead by Rahul. The streets were teaming with ...
In der Nacht um 22:00 landet das Flugzeug in Delhi. Als die Türe des Flugzeug sich öffnet, kommt wir eine warme Luftprise entgegen. Endlich mal keine eiserne Kälte und kein Schnee!
Zuerst suche ich mir einen Bankomat, da ich absolut bargeldlos bin. Das einfache Bedienen des Geldautomaten ist jedoch schwieriger als Gedacht, das die Karte vom Automaten nicht 'geschluckt' wird und stattdessen VOR der PIN- Eingabe sofort entfernt werden muss. Nach ...
I did not write anything yesterday, the day consisted of a long drive from Delhi to Jaipur. Prior to checking into our hotel, we walked briefly around one section of Jaipur. Our hotel is very nice, it is a heritage building - lots of marble and beautiful paintings. We spent the day exploring a very small part of Jaipur. The day began with a trip to a "monkey temple". Other than observing hundreds of monkeys running and ...
... rupees, just under 50 rupees for $1 AUD. Just to give you a sense of proportion for when prices are noted later on. As we exit the terminal, looking for our names on a placard, there is a cacophony of noise and bustle from further out on the road. Eventually we find a young Indian guy with an Intrepid sign and figure he must be our man, he is, and he tells us he'll call up the car which should take 5 minutes. Right outside the building, you can see what's causing ...
... then as I wanted to ride an elephant and my grand-uncle promptly summoned the temple elephant which appeared at our doorstep - this was no howdah kind of ride - I (and my dad) had to climb on the kneeling elephant's leg and clamber on to its neck behind the mahout; I still remember the needle-like hairs on the elephant's back scratching my bare legs (since I was in aforementioned shorts and vest).
Fast forward some 15 or 20 years later, visiting my grand uncle, ...