Hotel Tourist Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... planning our next 11 days in India with our amazing Conceirge Nitan and sampling some lovely Indian cuisine. Nitan has put together an amazing trip for us, more to come later on this... Day two we met Aaron at reception and our guide for the next 4 hours and we embarked on our Delhi tour in the comfort of our Audi Q7 again :-) well this is Dan and Kelly style. We drove the Rajpath from India gate to the Parliament and wow, we could have been in Paris and driving from the ...
... has it been worth it? And hast thou not had enough? Is it not time to settle, buy a house, be a city dweller, live for the weekend, live for X Factor and the release of the latest smart phone? Given that the next few months will be spent on tropical beaches, exotic jungles, New York bars and quite literally travelling the lengths of the world I will leave that for the people to decide. Ultimately though you can keep your pensions, you can keep your new car and you can keep your smart phone because I am going to India. . ...
... it quite quickly, as it had much of the same items that we had seen throughout our tour of of India. After about three hours, we left to head back to the hotel.
At the hotel, a large crowd of people were gathered together, and we wondered if there was another issue with regards to the break in of the jewelry store. As it turned out, it was a line that was formed to receive a free plate of food ...
... and play with them. I was happy about this invitation and went upstairs to get my colors. Upstairs Guddu and her sister Asta had arrived and were already waiting for me. They wanted to play Holi here for a while and then go to the houses of some friends. So we got all the colors we had and went downstairs. At that time more people have gathered downstairs and played. Holi is not only played by children. In fact, it is played by everyone ...
... years ago in sandstone and marble and is a beautiful tribute to the architecture of the day. I stopped by India gate and the Sikh Temple on my way home. I continue to be impressed by New Delhi with its wide tree lined boulevards and roundabouts rather than traffic signals at every corner, it is certainly one of the things that keeps the traffic flowing, that and an absolutely persistence of the Indian drivers to advance, even at the risk of ...