Hotel Tourist Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was supposed to smell weren't present, to me it just smelled of smoke, like forest fire smoke. Not so bad except it's pollution, not forests burning. There were many stray dogs, if you're a dog lover this is NOT the country for you. It's heartbreaking then later heartbreaking that you get used to it and care less as time goes on. I got asked a few times to take their taxi, but they backed off when I said I had one coming and they are doing their job after all so all pretty ...
... which goes to their food and upkeep. We saw the huge India Gate- which looks like a French or Roman monument. It is a memorial to the fallen soldiers in WWI. We also visited Qutab Minar. I love the Indo-Islamic architecture and Indo-British architecture. It adds a little bling to everything. The Qutab Minar is topped by a 234-foot-high tower. Begun in the twelfth century, this is now a UNESCO World Heritage site and the symbol of New ...
... think about what the retrieval situation would be like when the park closed in one hour and all those thousands if Indians came out to retrieve their bags. So no Moghul Garden for us but a very interesting experience hanging with the masses. If you are wondering why so much security, the Moghul Gardens surround the President's House.
Day 3 has just ended and we are getting ready to get in our van and head to Agra in the morning. But day 3 was ...
... to him, was directly linked to the saint, an honor of which he was very proud. After a pleasant and educational conversation about the traditional Muslim practices we were witnessing around us, our new friend was anxious to turn the conversation to more exciting topics. "I was just in Texas last month. I love the Houston Texans! I am crazy, CRAZY, for American football!" At least he wasn't a Dallas Cowboys fan.
Desperately needing a pedicure after walking barefoot most ...
... was quite quiet and there weren't many disturbances. We woke up about 8am or so to a breakfast of omelette and bread. We had been pretty well fed during the course of trip and not needed to dip into our pockets at all, which is rare -especially when it comes to nourishment. We arrived in Delhi almost on schedule and exited looking for the first friendly looking, English speaking taxi man. Unfortunately we couldn't find one so ended up with a driver that looked like Carlos Tevez's ...