Hotel Elegant International
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... glad to take part since it meant that they were serious about our safety and even though we were very tired from a long day, it was really only a minor inconvenience.
The next morning after a quick breakfast at the hotel we headed out for our sightseeing tour of the city of Delhi. We began our tour nearby the hotel, in the Rajpath area of New Delhi where the Parliament and many of the other government buildings are located. The architecture of these buildings ...
... to about 100degrees by now. We insisted that Pratap eat with us and afterwards we went back to hotel to thankfully sleep with promise to meet Pratap at 9am next morning to leave for Delhi. Left Jaipur after going to Royal Palace, Jantar Mantar Observatory (again, technology has not yet caught up with the brilliance of this place),he water palace. We also went to the Amber fort and the Monkey Temple on way to Delhi that ...
... great dive sites there...
I hope everyone is doing well back home. Feel free to shoot me an email as I would love to hear what's going on in your life. I'll now have more time to communicate and share with you my experiences so expect many blogs to come. Also, I did finally bite the bullet and created a Facebook account (it was needed to stay in touch) so shoot me a friend request and I'll send more pics that way as well.
I miss everyone! Take care. Jeff
We are here! After much planning, packaging, and packing, it has happened. It is really hard to believe after so much anticipation since I learned that I received a Fulbright Fellowship to study and learn about their India's national parks.
We had a surprisingly comfortable nonstop flight from Chicago to Delhi (maybe because we were at the last minute bumped up to business class). We arrived at 330 pm and met by a taxi and taken ...
... at Lajpat Nagar. Well apparently there is no such thing as shops closing early on a Sunday in India. Parking a car in a busy market on a Sunday afternoon goes along way to explaining why JCB (Paul's company) have not allowed him or Di to drive in India. Apparently having a car is seen as a massive status symbol in India so when people can afford to buy one they like to show them off regardless of whether they actually need anything from the market. ...