Hotel Balaji Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... government run green buses are frequent and link the city well. Between these two options, you'll be able to explore Delhi to your heart's content. My first day out started at the Qutab Complex, which is an archiological site featuring many structures, including several tombs. The main spectacle here is the Qutb Minar, and at 72.5 metres tall, is the tallest stone tower in India. It was built towards the end of the 12th century, though has undergone ...
... back and said they now had two adjacent upper berths. In order to avoid leaving our bags unattended, Jeffry shuttled them forward while I stood guard, bringing up the rear once we were down to a manageable load. Once all our bags were up on the berths, there was a space about 20" by 40" by maybe 36" inches in height for Karen and I to perch ourselves. Oh well, only about 4 hours to go. I tried to sit cross-legged to avoid dangling my cowshit encrusted boots ...
... at the India Gate, the magnificent Lutyens arch which serves as India's war memorial. It was all floodlit and most imposing. What surprised me were the throngs of people around it and stretching down the Rajpath boulevard. On Sundays families come for picnics and stay on in the evening strolling around and enjoying the outing. There are people selling snacks and drinks and ice-cream and vendors of all sorts of toys and gadgets. At the tomb itself,under the arch ...
... four weeks while running tuition classes each night, giving us the opportunity of possibly helping one of the kids to rise to greater heights. We've slept in the desert after riding camels all day. We've seen bodies burning by the banks of the Ganges and paddled past as the Indian holy man bathed and said their morning prayers. It's been a wonderful adventure which wouldn't have been the same without the right person to share it with....Incredible India! Now it's time to get my Yankee Doodle ...
... to the observatory which is very old but still working perfectly, amazingly accurate calculations plus the largest sundial in the world registered with Guinness book of Records, then on to the old town for a look around at the Wind Palace and Monsoon Palace followed by dinner at an inner city ...