Hotel Tourist Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... The women are free to travel in the men's carriages if they wish but not many do. Even in the men's carriages, there are special seats reserved for ladies, the elderly or the 'differently abled'. It seems that for many women, the metro has made it safe for them to travel alone in Delhi. The first stop was The Red Fort (which we have included photos of). It was a fascinating place with so much history. ...
... not that it is not cold these days but during 70s, 80s and until early years of 90s I feel Darjeeling was much colder – or maybe I still bask on that glory ). I made my initial preparations and started my adventure taking a bus from Darjeeling to Manebhanjyang. It was early hour of the morning and government run transport use to be one of the few means to reach the last motorable point for Singalila or more popularly Sandakhphu trek (there was/ ...
That was a very long day of travel. Portland to San Francisco about 1.8hours San Francisco to Hong Kong 13 to 15 hrs depending on head winds. Hong Kong to Delhi 6.5hours. From the US it's a wash which direction to go 1) west to an Asian hub or 2) East to a European hub. We chose this route because living on the West Coast of North America it seems like a good plan. The other reason is that Cathay Pacific Airlines was rated the number one business class in ...
... the whole bathroom floor, it's my mother's nightmare and a squeegeeing bonanza if you don't want to step in water for the rest of the day. I did take a photo but will have to find it later to post. Again, so very lucky to live in the home I have with the amenities and food that is easy to take for granted.
On our last day in Varanasi we had the morning free before flying back to Delhi in the afternoon. This is when I bought the saree I mentioned earlier. I don't ...
... my dad's 20-70mm Nikon lens snapped in half, a few sore muscles, and a vein-full of adrenaline. Katie was safe, but the dog was gone. Our loyal companion just vanished. Amazingly, what happened just 5 minutes later made the lost dog dilemma about as significant as filling up your car. Katie, now walking in front of me, was verbally replaying the incident when she casually placed her left foot on a steeper section of the gravel path. The tread of her Salomons failed to hold, and ...