Hotel Spb 87
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... drawn towards my guitar playing and then rickshaw drivers too, all around me, listening to me worshiping the LORD on top of my voice, with the very nice background of Delhi's traffic. Finally after an hour I decided my fingers were getting sore so I stopped. The amazing thing was that I turned off my phone and then on again, it was completely set up and after a brief call it was activated, 3G and all. Praise the LORD. Do not worry but trust, in the LORD. This seems to be the theme of this ...
... world than I ever learned in a classroom. (By no means am I belittling education- I just get around a lot.) One thing I did NOT expect to see? Public peeing. Men just pee where they are. According to our guide Raj, the government is trying to stop that and Keep India Clean, but I witnessed more public peeling than I cared to. No, I do not have pictures. I settled to bed early, since tomorrow's wake up call is 4:45am for the Taj Mahal at ...
... against her. Anuj is an aimiable chap.
Commerce continued unabated in the streets. Bicycles were stacked ten feet in the air with boxes, their drivers--really, walkers--moving slowly.
Had thought I had maybe been to Crossroads the last time but the restaurant did not look familiar to me. Had a 'Shot of Crossroads' mixed drink of half scotch, quarter vodka and quarter drambuie with cherries and a bit of ice. Let's call it more of a theme ...
... including clothing and transportation. Haggling with a rickshaw driver can be both fun and exasperating; more so the latter if you need to get to class and they’re trying to charge you twice what you know is the standard price because you’re white.
· Everyone stares at me here. It’s apparently a big deal that ...
... Akshardham Mandir. It wasn't worth the wait - too much like a large amusement park. Then the driver couldn't find Nizzamudin Dargah, another must-see mosque. We looked for it on foot, but the neighborhood was too intimidating. After lunch, Humayun's tomb was definitely worthwhile, with bright sunlight and open sky, and the National Rail Museum was pure fun. Running out of time, we postponed the Lotus Temple to ...