Hotel Parkway Deluxe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the bags. I supposed it all starting going downhill when my parents bickered about everything. The cab was sketchy and so was the area of our hotel. I wasn't super excited about it all, but I accepted it. The first night was awkward because my mom ended up sleeping in the room with my brother and I, but maybe that was for the best. All is well. We got here safe, and that's all that ...
... hospitality industry we finally saved enough money to venture out once more. Furthermore word reached us before leaving for Malaysia that we had already been given a job in Australia where we would serve out a one year working holiday. This job was in the heart of the Australian outback and thus began an adventure which would take me to some of the most spectacular and dramatic landscapes on earth. We spent our whole year in Australia on the Isolated West Coast, which ...
... in the morning. We were even able to plug in my cpap machine for a very restful night's sleep.Woke up with just about two hours to go until New Delhi. It's funny, since we left Newark at 8:40 pm and with the travel and time change, we're arriving in New Delhi at 7:30 pm. Lose a whole day, but we'll get it back on the way home. Breakfast is served after an offering of coffee or tea. We both had the cheese and broccoli omelets, with fresh fruit ...
... and shrines everywhere. A lot of money is poured into their faith, which I questioned at first. Is religion that different to football? The Indians make pilgrimages to temples, wear truncates displaying their favourite god and donate money to the temples causes. Australians travel to the MCG wearing their favourite players number, buying club memberships every year. Isn't it the same? The staring eyes that follow your movements as you walk down a street, sip your chai or meet your ...
... br> Of course the guide at the Taj rushed us a little but we stayed
strong and insisted we had a little wonder just ourselves for a bit
and he did give us a lot of facts, ensured we saw all the optical
illusion patterns and Einstein's profile in the marble, showed us how
translucent the marble by shining a light on it which apparently
you're not allowed to do but he is because he is a guide and took
some 'stunning' photos after pushing past people to ...