Hotel Gautam Deluxe
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... day to Varanasi as our travel agent had failed to send any confirmation of the changes. To our surprise and delight all was good and had a seat on the next plane to Varanasi the next morning. Eventually we made it into a taxi at 5.30 (2.5hours after arriving). Paying over the odds we just wanted to get away and into our hotel. The taxi ride was thrilling, entertaining and scary. Rules of the road are ...
... that the Fort was ahead (despite it being one of the top attractions in the City). We found the way though and paid up to get in (as Foreigners, Locals paid a fraction of the price to a Johnny Foreigner!) he main gate entrance was the Lahore Gate and through here was a wide boulevard that was full of shops. It was still beautifully constructed and the evident Red Sandstone that gives the Fort its colour (and name) was everywhere. It was extremely busy and full of tourists ...
... a man in plain clothes standing talking on a cell phone in front of an archway. He kindly pauses from talking on the phone to ask us for our tickets. Keep in mind, there's no people, gates, signs, lights, or uniforms. Just a single man on a phone collecting tickets. We pass through the archway and are bombarded by, well, lights and sound! I'm beginning to say, quite loudly, "Okay, what in the heck is going on here?" when Laura cuts me off to inform me of a mass of people to our left, ...
... unexpected museum on the upper level. The following day was spent organizing the rest of our travel plans. We went to the trains ratio first thing in the morning and then came back to the hotel to organize accommodations and flights. It took the majority of the day but we both felt a little better about having everything organized. That night we went to a rooftop for a lovely dinner before retiring for the ...
... degree heat to India's largest mosque: Jama masjid. Beautiful and impressive!
The following day was my birthday. My stomach was feeling a little better so we found some chocolate cake for breakfast (bad idea) before setting out to find the British-inspired Connaught Place and then some of the cheap craft bazaars that New Delhi is famous for. We reached a KFC when my stomach started aching, probably from the ...