Hotel Parkway Deluxe
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of hand blocking the beautiful designs we see on many garments and while there Barry was feeling and commenting on some lovely fabric, when he was asked if he would like to have a suit made. At first there were many no thank yous, but truth be known, Barry did need a suit. First there were a few issues and good excuses, music to an Indians ear. Excuse number one, we were leaving on Friday and that day was a Wednesday and secondly a tight budget – very tight. Ha, not ...
... even as the luxury train proceeds to Khajuraho, the next most anticipated destination. Orchha and the Fort provide a pleasant interlude between the princely experience of Gwalior behind them and the sculptures and temples of Khajuraho to look forward to during the latter part of the day.
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We somehow made it to our hotel which is very nice, with a super king bed, WiFi and hot water. it is clean and the staff friendly so we decided to have a little nap- for 6 hours! Then we decided to have a wonder outside and maybe find some tea (bear in mind its now 7 pm and we haven't eaten since approx 5 am!!!!!) We had ordered water in the hotel which we drank (seal seemed unbroken)but i started to get tummy ache, through hunger it turns out-i'm obviously not used ...
... and restaurants and so on you expect the general understanding to be better. It's not appalling but not many if any seem fluent at all, let alone advanced. This does surprise me. I imagine there is a lot of fluency out there but not obviously all around. A lot of people have a very basic understanding, so it wasn't the hugest inconvenience. I don't want to make this a negative round up because it wasn't at all a negative time, these are the facts, not sugar coated. You ...
... said you always feel like you've been scammed in India. There doesn't seem to be a "hostel" culture here and to be honest I do not want to imagine what one would be like. The hotels we will be staying at look nice, safe and clean, something both of us agreed we wanted in India and thankfully still falls just within our budget for the year. We had arranged for three nights in Delhi but cut it short by one night for the train (most attractions are closed on Mondays in ...