Hotel Parkway Deluxe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... public areas in the house are full of original photographs of her childhood, adult life and her children's lives.
It is very moving to read and see her history. She was an incredibly brave and compassionate woman and knew that she would die for her country one day. Her son Ravij who was also assassinated lived in part of the house with his wife and family as well.
... promises to take the passengers close to mesmerizing natural beauty of Rocky Mountains and boundary less expanses. On board, the passengers of Rocky Mountaineer train can expect world-class dining, beverages, fun, entertainment, attentive service and detailed information about the destinations. The guests onboard here can chose any of 3 levels of food services- Gold Leaf, Red Leaf and Silver Leaf. The Rocky Mountaineer runs on 8 routes from April ...
... minuet detail. Of course this led to a visit of their showroom and their incredible selection of colorful, semi-precious and precious stones. I fell in love with one beautiful translucent stone bursting with golds flecks. I decided it needed to join my collection of not so precious stones. :) The next stop was to see how they make hand printed fabrics in 6 meter lengths ( just long enough for a sari), using all natural vegetable and mineral dyes, adding one layer of ...
... happy to pay an entrance fee. That is, in most cases, what helps with upkeep of important, beautiful places. We are all for that. It just feels wrong, however, when you are singled out to pay more, pay more often or pay differently. Again, I am all for Indians seeing sights for free or little money, and tourists paying more. But when you're the only tourists who pay more... anyway. It doesn't matter. That is travel. We missed seeing the mosque, but ...
... before the Metro station - on the return leg - in the hope the driver will pocket some extra cash without his 'boss' working out how long he's been cycling around with the firangies (foreigners).
Janka enjoyed her Old Delhi experience (or that's what she told me) and got to see the Red Fort and Jamma Masjid before we caught the Metro back. Then it was ice cream and coffee at the Priya shopping area. You soon know you've been in a place too long though when ...