Gujarat Bhavan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Ian) Favourite Indian food: Marsala dosa, tasty and crispy - especially the ones cooked up in Shimla. (Gill) Dum Aloo Kashmiri - potato stuffed with cheese and served with tomato and mint sauce. (Ian) Worst Indian food: Marsala dosa - as served up for breakfast in Port Blair, stodgy and salty, yuk, makes me want to throw up just thinking about it. (Gill) Tandoori chicken served in Agra - actually we didn't eat it as it smelt terrible and looked a little green. (Ian) Best of ...
... the outside but inside it is very clean and very modern. It has digital light switches inside which I have not seen in UK hotels. It seems very swish and modern. There is even a digital doorbell and digital switches for 'do not disturb' and "make my room".
We relax for a short while and then decide to head out to get some sim cards and data packs which we need to be able to communicate. This is a lengthy process. We ...
... of the arrest of two young women for a Facebook post criticizing the government. The girls were released and the police who arrested them are currently suspended but it is causing a huge debate around India’s new internet laws. In the lifestyle pages of the Hindustan Times (targeted at the emerging middle classes) there are reports of a number of childcare options for the busy working Mum in Mumbai. You ...
So I sat in my seat at Heathrow airport and must have been so shattered as I opened my eyes to realise we had already taken off and I didn't even budge! I have just experienced the most traumatic flight of my life! Whilst on the flight we flew through a lightning storm which you think would be fine. But he turbulence was really bad ...
... a one-day rotation in an American operating room through my program, I have gathered that there are more similarities than differences. Both were very professional, and the mood of the room is generally set by the operating doctor. However, a main difference is that between surgeries, it is not uncommon for the staff to take a "tea break" and sip some chai before beginning the next endeavor—an experience I will very ...