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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreenPark Hyderabad
4 nights stay - people here couldn't do enough for me- .so they didn't. Lots of chats and smiles and 'sirs' and even head wobbles but when it came to delivery it fell a bit short.
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So Hyderabad isn't much of a tourist destination. Or it doesn't seem to be to me. It's a business center. The city has some nice neighborhoods, some not so nice areas. It all feels like a normal city.
I'm sure there are a bunch of things to do, but between and wanting to chill on the weekends, I really have done very little.
Here are some of the sites I have seen around town.
1. Golkonda Fort
All I really knew about this place prior to ...
It took a couple of weeks in Hyderabad until I actually did something of note. The first two weeks of work revolved around only seeing the hotel and office. It didn't feel like being in another country (with a couple of exceptions). Working with different people, eating different food, but it's still the busy season routine of sleep, work, sleep, work, etc. The first weekend we did wander over to a nearby market to see what the various stalls were selling, but I wasn't really in ...
... throw the rules out the window and just let it fly. The kids in that moment (and for the rest of the day :P) showed him the true heart and character of India—to throw the rules out the window, to embrace the moment, to seize every opportunity with passion and excitement, and most importantly, to smile.
The kids continued to smile laughing excitedly as they did so, sometimes pushing each other over, and then helping each other ...
... glamorous; and the general sanitation and health conditions are enough to make most Americans want to call FEMA. But even through all that the percentage of people who seem to be at peace with things is much higher than anywhere else I've been.
Actually, I'll even be as bold as to say that in my observation, the percentage of people with this facade of peace and understanding drops exponentially as their wealth increases. The happiest people I've seen ...
... But not everyday 3 times a day with a bucketload of oil and spices. McDonalds is so ****** and expensive (for India). I admit to nothing. I am not here. You are not here. I did not eat a crispy chicken burger with fries. The next two days here I went to a tomb-garden and a Buddha statue. The tomb-garden was for Muslim kings and had a bunch of grand mini-mosque-like tombs buildings in a big garden. And the 320 tonne granite Buddha statue was on ...