Hotel Royal Castle

B-364, Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India | Hotel
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Day 9 - Goodbye India. Hello Hong Kong.

A travel blog entry by broganrose


... t wait for us to continue our journey together. Next is Hong Kong. Our flight is at 1am and will take approximately 5.5 hours. We will certainly need some rest as we are both exhausted but the weather will be a huge relief, even if only a few degrees cooler. I am ready for some good Chinese food and a nice glass of wine. Another country visited. More memories made. Thank you to India and ...

Less Delhi belly, more Delhi smelly.

A travel blog entry by herenorthere


... the restaurant and turning a corner we found the manned ticket stall for the bus but unfortunately it was a little too late. We were off to the Jungle to try to spot a Tiger! There was one final drama to be had in Delhi, in the mad rush back to pick up our bags to get to the station on time I managed to fall off a curb and sprain my ankle, so it was with a significant limp and swollen ankle we boarded yet another train bound for the wilderness and our plush treehouse ...

The Final Horray

A travel blog entry by wanderingbish


... thought this tack was worth enduring given it's relevance to us. It turned out to be a fantastic experience and despite having never traveled on the Orient Express, funnily enough, I can imagine that what they have achieved is a very close match to that experienced by guests on the actual train. The wine list boasted a cellar of world fame containing 479 labels, meaning the wine list itself contained circa 1000 different bottles.
Rather than going for ...

Humayun's Tomb

A travel blog entry by lahra


A very relaxed day. A lazy morning at the Residence. Eventually we decided to go exploring and headed to one of New Delhi's most famous landmarks- Humayun's Tomb. It's the resting place of the 3rd mogul and a precursor to the design of the Taj Mahal. It was also recently renovated and so we decided well worth a look. After yesterday's rain today was hot, steamy and sunny - but this time it was a short drive in an ...

North Trip: Delhi

A travel blog entry by erinbutler


... the journal entry from the day before, as I had fallen asleep before I could write it. The roads were still a bit bumpy, until we got back onto the Yamuna Expressway toward Delhi. After lunch, I finished the journal entry and listened to more music while sightseeing. Something on the left side of the bus caught my eye. It looked like some sort of outdoor sporting facility. When we passed the signs, I got even more excited. The first ...

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This hotel, located in the New Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Gandhi Smriti, ISKCON Temple, and Dilli Haat.
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