DoubleTree by Hilton Gurgaon-New Delhi NCR
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... anything else in
Delhi and interesting to read about a religion that puts all
religions together then has rules which suggest you must live by your
government rules...; Qutab Minar, which is impressively tall built
for winning a battle at some point with old ruins surrounding it
which felt like Angkor Wat or the Roman Forums; Rashtrapiti Bhawan
government buildings, which you can only stand outside of for a quick
photo; and Laxmi Maryan Temple, which ...
... The columns had intricate carvings including many human images. Ashim drew our attention to the fact that the faces of all the human images had been removed, consistent with the Islamic practice of not including human images as part of the construction of decoration of a mosque.
We returned to our hotel and had dinner on our own. This is a packing day as tomorrow we head for Jaipur, some 180 miles and six hours of drive time away from Delhi. ...
... circling in closely on every breezeway, stops. "Hey! That's mine!" She pushes past an armed soldier and confronts an gentle old man who is pushing our luggage cart having added a small bag of his own to the top. He reacts with odd confusion, but no guilt or awareness of accusation. It is explained to us that he is likely a little dotty and mistook the luggage for his own. However, this is India and there is no reason to assume the gentle old man ever had his own luggage or ...
... for vegetarian food. However, do try Jalebis and Vadapav at this place. Rest of the food was OK.
We came back to hotel after dinner at culture gully. We took some family snaps with jazzy sets as background at culture gully. Overall, it was a good entertainment and pastime with family.
... about it. To do something with the rest of our day we headed off to walk around the Main Bazaar. We ended up stopping at a place called Sam’s Café, another place recommended by Lonely Planet. I had the Chicken Tikka Masala was very spicy. As in he was literally sweating. I am very excited and looking forward to eating all of the spicy food in India. It may not totally agree with me, but I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility