Fortune Inn Grazia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to stay out of crowded popular areas. Well stop number 2 for us was supposed to be the Lotus temple, a temple set up to honour all forms of religions and to be a symbol of peace for all who wish to worship in their own way. The traffic was very heavy and there were tons of big buses bringing school kids to the Lotus temple for a school trip. The crowds would be massive and the lineups long so we opted for a quick picture or two on ...
... What chance does he and her have really. They are 6 on the streets begging. What does life hold for them, do they have any aspiration when there is probably little purpose but disappointment in having one. The main question I asked myself when I looked at them is what sort of man and woman will they grow up to be. There were a lot of beggars out today and people taking crack in the subways and the shops were closed so we relaxed for the rest of the day. Tomorrow we start our tour of India in ...
... stayed in Paharganj for a very cheap lunch of Chana curry and Puri (as recommended in the Lonely Planet again!) before leaving the Street food place and heading back onto the computer nearby to finish off any stuff we needed before arriving in Singapore. In the afternoon we caught the tube to the Racecourse Station and walked to the Gandhi Smriti – a museum and memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi Smriti formerly known as Birla House or Birla Bhavan, is a museum dedicated ...
... his hamstring said stop.
One of our young travel agents, Gaigan, donned his whites to help our injury crisis, taking a good catch and showing us how to run around. It was Simon’s turn to join the injured list, straining a groin muscle but not bad enough to stop Simon’s bowling finally being debuted on tour. He regularly deceived the batters with his lack of pace.
Everyone bowled steady, but in the final 8 overs the opposition ...
... stormed out. The rickshaw driver drove past us and asked where he could take us a few minutes later. Not a chance. After this we found the real office, and they were no help at all! But at least they didn't try to sell us anything. Next we went to the Tourist Office at New Delhi railway station to book our onwards train journeys. This was a real tourist office and was surprisingly easy to negotiate, once you figured out where the queues started and ended. We booked ...