Dia Park Premier

Address: 353-357, Sector 29, City Centre, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001, India | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 353-357, Sector 29, City Centre, Gurgaon.
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Day 4 - Friday

A travel blog entry by clbrenneman on Aug 15, 2014

1 photo

... applaud. I'm sadden by this, I've looked into his eyes! Guest relations Shivanti sends yellow roses and a box of chocolates. She is genuinely very concerned for me! Pool time is needed. Rob swims but for me it's now a consistent battle to stay calm and not think about where I am and how far away home is. We sleep from 4-7. Go to dinner and then back to bed. We've planned to go to the Taj Mahal in the morning. Driver will pick us up at ...

India - Part One - Namaste

A travel blog entry by wilders2014 on May 03, 2014

6 comments, 89 photos

... but to no avail. We came across a beautiful elephant with his handler and I baled out of the car to get some pats in and some photos, when I said thank you for letting me take a photo, the handler immediately started shouting at me for money, Barry quickly realized what was going on and got out of the car with some money for me before I am attacked by a marauding elephant handler. At one point as we crossed into another State, our driver suddenly veered off the road, parked ...

Agra to Delhi

A travel blog entry by neisha12131 on Apr 09, 2014

7 photos

Well woke up at 5:30 to see the Taj as mum said last time there were huge lines in the say so should get there early! There wasn't much of a line we pretty much walking in although they checked our bags pretty strictly and took mums tobacco and lighter away.. She was more annoying at losing the lighter than half a pouch of tobacco! Being there at the end of sunrise was ...

Delhi as I remember it!

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Nov 11, 2013

5 comments, 6 photos

... evident. After wandering through Qutab Minar we headed over to the Haus Kaus district which is a small artsy village with several trendy restaurants. We ate in a rooftop Mediterranean Restaurant. The Hummus was outstanding with warm Pita bread. Just these two stops took up most of the day as we did everything at a leisurely pace rather than the upcoming “roller skating” through as many monuments as you can with limited time in a tour group. ...

Delhi Day 2 - overnight train

A travel blog entry by dc.mcsporran on Feb 04, 2013

7 photos

... reciting passages through song. Here we also saw the preparation ofthe offering to the Sikh God, a meal that many of the followers eat after worship. I have to say I saw probably the biggest frying pan
I've ever seen.

We then navigated our way through some of Old Delhi's side streets. A sprawling maze of narrow passages with many a store visible and people everywhere. With the weather also
being wet, it seemed to make the pollution ...