Galaxy Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Indian men and our driver outside, all sorts went through my head). The tourism man then pulled out a folder full of booking.com receipts. He continued to tell us that as the hotels are not pre-paid, they give the room to someone else who is prepared to pay more and as it's elections, hotels are busy. The folder was all the complaints. I said that it was strange, the hotel we booked had reviews of 8.4 which is why we booked it (and location), surely they wouldn't do that. He laughed ...
... be a lot more aggressive at night, luckily the three we met were not to bad with us, not great but looked like they were about to rip an Indian apart as he back away yielding a piece of bamboo at them. The tour began. After showing us the old walls and gates into where the capital use to lie we explored inside. We saw a street where migrant Indians (Indians from outside Delhi) hang out and if you need someone for a job you go there and pick your man. we saw where the prostitutes ...
... or Ulta (upside down) Pradesh as Abhishek described it] was just slightly more chaotic. I would love to go down south and see if changes have happened there too.
The smart royals also seem to have hit on the right win-win formula - convert one's palaces and forts to properties fit for royalty, then allow riff raff (like me) to experience some royal-standard decadence and service - the kind they themselves are used to - how smart is that!
I hadn't ...
... br> My last day in Delhi began at the post office, getting 12 kilos of accumulated goodies sewn up in a cloth parcel and posted home, followed by a quick stop at Wengers sweet shop in Connaught Place, established in 1926, for a box of their legendary chocolate fudge, still as delicious as my first taste in 1988. Afterwards a yellow and green autorickshaw buzzed up beside me, the driver hopefully asking "Rickshaw madam?". Since this happens every 5 minutes ...
... to be watched. This is an invaluable service as you really want your shoes back when you exit the mosque and not stolen!
After the visit to the Great mosque, we made a stop for photographs in front of the Purana Qila - the oldest fort in all of Delhi, whose history dates back more than 5000 years. It spanned quite a distance and is a beautiful backdrop within the busy Delhi streets. Be very careful getting to the fort. There are no lights around the site ...