Hotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur)
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Great hotel, great service, much better than our last one.
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... of its place, culture and heritage. This museum needs to resign its board of directors and replace them with patriots who love India!
30 mins away from the museum on foot, India Gate - a national monument, has a stunning visual impact along the axis to the Presidential Palace. Teeming with local visitors armed with families, India Gate is a highly popular attraction. Somehow, people just naturally gravitate to ...
... obstinate of trees have survived. There is a nearby slum that houses over 1 million people. How big is it? 1.75 square kilometers. That's under 2 square meters per person. It gets worse at street level. Forget walking in a straight line. You will learn to zigzag, and to anticipate the movement of a hundred variables in front, as well as behind you. Are you a fan of personal space? It doesn't exist in India. If you find yourself in a queue, expect the person behind you to be craning ...
... Connaught Place, a cheap and easy means of transportation. The system was built for the 2010 Commonwealth Games and it is now planned to introduce the system to cities across the country. We stopped for dinner at MyBar in Connaught Place, where cheap beer and good food with a lively but relaxed atmosphere was on the menu. We again opted for traditional fare before having our first Tuk Tuk experience for a ride back to Main Bazaar in Paharganj for another restful nights sleep.
... by VISA agent. I dont wanna take risk of denial, i had paid for my flight before VISA submission.
Same as Vietnam, but more traditional and warm, family of groom will invite all relatives to stay at the house in few days until the main wedding day and special highlight ...
... whiskers for tandoori and beer ( lassi for Maya ) , then to a South Indian restaurant for dosa ,idli ( ?? ), rassam , and masala chai. Last stop at a well known sweet shop where Maya chose a collection of sweets and cakes for us to try. The tour was excellent , we would never have found these places on our own. Maya was always addicted to pappadams but has now added paratha and sweet lassi's to her list. Only tummy troubles so far have been ...