Hotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur)
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Shanti Palace (Mahipalpur) New Delhi
Great hotel, great service, much better than our last one.
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... from tourists, to beggars to people trying to sell their wares. Their sales tactics were aggressive- Seller: "ma'am buy this pack of ten pens, only Rs100" Us: "No Thanks" Seller: "Only Rs100" Us: "No thanks" Seller: "but it's TEN pens for Rs100!!" Etc etc and so it continued. Although the mosque was beautiful, it was hard to focus on the delicate way in which all three of ... Wives (a Muslim, a Hindu and a Christian) influences had been incorporated into the design itself, when ...
... status was at best, complicated.
My nostalgia is no longer misplaced. I have no qualms in saying that I felt at home in a place that could very well have been my home. On a very basic level, only now have I realised, after criticising the rush in Delhi and the lack thereof in Kochin, that our alphabet, our script may be different, but our language is exactly the same.
India, you have been incredible. Until we meet ...
Landing in Delhi, we were pleasantly surprised by the new airport terminal & how organised it was. It was only later that we realised that you have to pay to enter the arrivals terminal, hence the crowds were waiting outside! But still, it was all pretty calm compared to what we expected... The roads to our B&B were relatively clear, even if a few tuk tuks tried suicides dives across the street with nothing but their beeping ...
... and we hadn’t even left school, but when we did, we were ready to represent world challenge and, as Mr. Stuart reminded us when a few took the chance to spend group money on cheap cigarettes later on in the trip, school, on our three week trip to India. The second issue didn’t hesitate to arise too long afterwards, however, when we were sat on the bus and realized we’d left the toilet hole digging shovel behind. The real cherry on the cake was me being ...
... There is a lot of budging and waiting, that is a lot like Mexico City, but that takes me a while to get used to and which I personally dislike.
So my cousin is a wonderful woman, as her husband and the family. Very compassionate in a country that needs compassion, and very accomplished yet humble at the same time. They gave biscuits to the beggars, especially the children on the ride home. They explained that if you give money, you might be ...