Hotel Rama

Address: Golf Course Road, A-1, Sector - 35 (Morna), Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Golf Course Road, A-1, Sector - 35 (Morna), Noida, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham and Atta Market.
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Travel Blogs from Noida

Smelly Delhi Belly

A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Feb 03, 2015

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... jet over to India - the traffic was not too overwhelming and the city was rather grey and smelly - much like many major Asian cities, but that said as you scratch beneath the surface and head to Old Delhi you get a much better sense of the organised chaos that takes place especially amongst the market places.

Spending a day at the Red Fort and wandering the streets near Chandi Bazaar, with a tasty Thali and Chaat on the main street we topped off our day by ...


A travel blog entry by clbrad on Aug 02, 2014

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... red Lord Hanumen Statue. The main roads are virtually impossible to cross where the road meets the roundabout and I only saw a couple of kids attempt it. Passed the statue is the nearest metro station. Developed after the Commonwealth Games the metro is clean and safe, with a separate carriage for women. Security is tight with a man standing guard behind a stand, gun aimed at the ticket machines and a sign prohibits the carriage of, amongst other ...

India to Nepal - Part 2

A travel blog entry by clearyf on Jan 05, 2014

25 photos

... be the Black Taj. After completing the White Taj for his wife, the king wanted to build a Black Taj for himself. But in order to build the Black Taj, the stone had to come from Europe. The king's son managed to persuade him not to build it as the cost of importing the stone and building it would destroy them. So when the king died, he was also put into the Taj, in a tomb along side his wife. His tomb is the only thing that is not symmetrical in the Taj, as he never expected to ...

First time on an Indian train!

A travel blog entry by mbseb on Mar 12, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... the system works, and suddenly we were on our own, again. Kind of frightening to see the over packed trains, and we started thinking, what the .... are we doing. Well, we had almost two hours to think and wander before the train was supposed to depart. I'm getting really annoyed with the non stop staring. I mean, a lot of them smile and everything while scanning us, but some look really ******! Don't understand. We ...

Impressions of Delhi

A travel blog entry by wonderer on Feb 14, 2013

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... had our first test. We needed to buy train tickets. Now, it's possible to do this online (, but you have to jump through a few hoops if you don't have an Indian phone number, and we didn't have it set up yet. So off we went to brave the New Delhi railway station.

We were armed with the family driver, who dropped us off (outside the wrong building, as it turned out), and with the Rough Guide to India, which warned ...