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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... just went and sat by the side (in the shade with fans) and just basically people watched for ages, it was so peaceful even if it was rammed. I then headed into the temple and was amazed by how many more people were sat inside. People were doing all sorts of mad things on the way in, kissing the steps, kissing the men standing outside'a feet, or just putting there forehead on the steps. Safe to say, I just walked in like a proper Brit who was hot, ...
... Aug. One day before my train. Now my everyday counting of remaining
days ended. Atlast 30 Aug 2014
came. I am going to Sonamarg for
training. My mother told me to be safe at border. When I heard that. I laughed and laughed. I told her.
I am not going to border. I am
going to Sonamarg where army Instructors will give us training with army men.
That’s it. And after saying goodbye to
everyone in my family I started my ...
... from memory, is the wall that faces Mecca.
Other **** to check out includes a couple of tombs, the ruins of the base of Alai Minar which was going to dwarf Qutab Minar except the bloke that wanted to build it snuffed it whilst it was still in its early stages and an iron post which has had to be fenced off because people believe if you stand with you ...
... I was very scared, because these small tiny rickshaws look so fragile and these drivers are driving frantic. Jama masjid is the most famous and largest mosque in India. Admission is free, however you have to pay for camera - 300 RS for each camera.
We had fun in Jama Masjid as the local people were asking me, if they could have a photo with me - and why not? :) They told me, that they like my very white skin.
Close to the mosque is Red ...
... road to produce a sticky squelching sound as you manoeuvred your way around. Walking was a careful exercise given the now wet road adding to the dung left by stray dogs or wandering cows and as well as human detritus dropped , scattered or left in piles at most corners. In the midst of all this people went to work, took their kids to schools, gathered to talk and shop at the small kiosks or stalls, ate snacks at street ...