Hotel Balaji Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... all our luggage for our four hour drive back to Delhi from one capital to another via the new dual carriage way. For once we were one of the few cars on the motorway as it navigated through the countryside of Rajasthan. The signs on the road were quite amusing as they proclaimed instructions on how to drive on the road – keep to the left, only over taking on the right, no weaving from lane to lane, take a rest, no drink ...
... at its best. Back to lunch. A sitar player was the featured entertainment, and I got to play! Ravi Shankar was probably rolling over in his grave. Hell- even Norah probably shivered, for reasons she can't even fathom. But I DID eke out a scale, and then promptly went back to my beer. Lunch was a simple dish of butter chicken and garlic naan. And 2 beers. Excellent! We checked on at the Jaypee Palace Hotel, and killed 2 hours getting settled ...
... big enough for 25,000 people. Its a few hundred rupees to take a camera and women are generally given a robe to wear even if already dressed conservatively. We also visited a large Sikh temple in Chandni Chowk, a busy market area. The Gurudwhara was a welcome relief from outside- cool and with a relaxing, meditative atmosphere. It was still noisy (i think it is impossible to escape ...
... he slipped on some steep stone steps and hit his head - from a devoted wife. The photos tell the story better than I can. Having walked around quite a bit of New Delhi on the night of Republic Day, the only place I really wanted to see was the President's House, a creation of Lutyens, but I think Parvee was more interested in Old Delhi and anyway the lack of time and the massive security made it impossible and so we came back to the hotel, tired but with whetted appetites for ...
Other than the decorations, carolers, and cookies inside the hotel, December 25th was like any other day in Delhi. We hired a driver to take us around for the day to see the sights. Delhi is the capital so we saw many government buildings, including where Deep's dad worked, and the Presidential Palace. This area, called New Delhi, was very spacious, green, and somewhat peaceful. We then went to ...