Hotel Royal Castle Grand
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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... a bit to eat (and we can't be much more specific than 'bite' because we weren't really sure what some of it was), we headed south to the Iskcon temple, where we joined in some Hare Krishna worship and saw the unveiling of the idols in their 'evening dress'. It was fascinating. We then caught the metro home, met the rest of our group and set out for dinner. All in all, an amazing, and very hot, day ...
... lag. Instead, we stay inside and patronize the absolutely fabulous spa at this hotel. The massages aren't cheap, but they include the use of all the facilities -- the gym, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and cold plunge. I opt for the "Marma Abhyanga" traditional Indian massage with Ayurveda herbal oils. There is a strong emphasis in this style on acupressure points, and a few little yelps make their way past my ...
... after 10minutes or so you start to get used to crazy driving). Definitely think going back to the roads in UK/Spain is going to seem very calm and boring but safe well safer. As we start to moving further in to the city I see lots of different people, people working on the side of the roads, sitting on the pavements, selling food, sitting with their children, dogs roaming everywhere, people going for a run, ...
... himself and told us a little about the next few days. As we were driving another main difference was the side of the road you drive on! Yup forgot about that one. It'll take some getting used to. There were lots of street signs in both whatever language they were in, and in English. I assume it was Hindi but it could have been Urdu, Telugu, etc. Also one of the people in my group said we are required to take a language so I ...
... First flight to Doha very smooth and quick. Service and food pretty good -a breakfast and a snack later on - and some nice Chilean red. Chatted all the way with a well travelled cricket fan from Halifax on the way to Burma. Certainly passed the time pleasantly but no sleep. A couple of hours later boarded the second flight to Mumbai after experiencing the not particularly state of the art airport. Ok but not spectacular like say Dubai. Bought a coffee for ...