Fortune Inn Grazia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... with white and black marble and yellow sandstone detailing,Purana Qila
The walls of the Fort rise to a height of 18 metres, traverse about 1.5 km, and have three arched gateways qila is the oldest fort among all forts in Delhi and, the oldest known structure of ...
This morning we ventured once more onto the metro to get to the Red Fort that was shut when we were last in Delhi. Built by the Moguls it is a vast red sandstone walled citadel with wonderful white marbled pavilions inside gardens and some later brick barracks built by the British that have only recently been left by the Indian army. they look quite sad but the whole complex is being renovated.We had arranged to meet Sangeeta,a cousin of ...
... place on the sideways, ………….WHAM, it hits and rather overwhelms you.
Given Graham’s aversion to retail therapy, you may be wondering just why our first port of call in Delhi was the local market. I wanted to buy some traditional outfits in an attempt to fit culturally and not invite hostility or attention in perceived skimpy or revealing clothing, something that I’d already had a taste of in Jordan. and where you ...
On the road now for a few days so time to catch up on the trip so far, while I'm enjoying our 6hr bus ride with the locals and their food supplies. Just waiting for some to bring on a goat shortly. I wouldn't be surprised! After the initial shock of Delhi and where I was staying, I settled into the city life. There's no disputing the fact that it's dirty, crowded and a bit manic at times, especially the Metro. Typical journey is 10 to 16 rupees (1eur = 85 rupees), so ...
... jahan's accountants' haveli which was hidden away in the back streets. Went to Kinari bazaar and down chandi chowak. Had a paratha and potato and paneer thali. Got a cycle rickshaw to the spice market, an amazing place where people bustle past with bags of spices on their heads, and where I have never sneezed so much in my life! Bought some masala tea and some spice mix.
Got the metro home, had lunch, then ...