Hotel Royal Castle Grand
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I needed. The square also had a different feeling and because of yesterday's dog incident Kirsty was extremely on edge with the dogs which in turn was making her on edge in general. We saw a beggar child on the floor curled up while an older child was hitting him lightly to get something off him. He had obviously been stealing. Then once this was over he said something to an Indian man that filled him with anger. I was walking past when he said it and I was looking at his face. ...
... and most importantly we could now explore cities more freely because we knew where everything was, how far away and in what direction. It felt so liberating! Pocket world has justified its £1.99 fee at least twice so far. Once when it saved us from a scamming tuk-tuk driver, who on an early morning trip from our guesthouse to the train station attempted to take us to the wrong station, so he could demand more money to take us to the ...
... to the seats with my 100ml of Chanel No 5 EDP and a lighter.
Terminal 4 at Heathrow is a bit of a let down. Long and narrow and stupidly expensive shops. I almost bought a Mont Blanc pen but quickly remembered I can get 8 for a tenner in Delhi, so held back on handing the plastic Santa over ! How restrained!
Considering T4 houses a lot of the airlines hailing from Asian counties and there are 3000 ...
... it if I had one? It is not exactly something someone wears in Geneva or Salt Lake City. I figure I can at least wear my tunic tops to bed, if I opt not to wear them to work, somehow that wouldn't quite work with a sari. However, Six yards of fabric, carefully tucked and folded to drape a certain way certainly wouldn't work for pajamas, a tent perhaps? The party at the Taj was to celebrate the expansion of the Taj hotel chain in London. We ...
... me why I had over paid. I tried to explain that I am always paying a bit extra. It’s a tax for being a tourist. He said I should stand up for myself, and never over pay. He kept emphasizing that I paid three times too much. That I shouldn’t pay more than anyone else.
This being my third trip to India, I have given some thought to this "tourist premium." I’m going to try to put it into words here. Many locals complain ...