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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... taken to the rooftop of an old palace to see the surrounding area. The last part of the trip was going to his personal home for a tour and a home cooked lunch. Homes like his are called "haveli" meaning they are old family owned mansions where multi-generations might occupy. We were given a history and tour of the home, served Marsala tea and then sat down to a traditional Indian luncheon. It consisted of several ...
... before we arrived at our hotel. We again had to place our luggage, and ourselves, through a security scanner before entering the hotel. We were then greeted by someone that place a red dot on our foreheads, and gave us a glass of juice.
As it was late, we headed to the room, so we could repack our bags, in preparation for tomorrow's flight to Varansi. As it is now 2:38 am, I will stop typing, as the alarm is set for 5:30. Hopefully I will be able to get some sleep.
In the morning we boarded 5 tuc tucs (2 per vehicle) for a trip across Delhi to Mr Lalli Singh's showroom for Royal Enfield motorbikes. The latest 500cc version with electric start and fuel injection can be supplied for about $4,000 in a crate ready for export. Tempting. Not fast, but a great character machine which handles just as well on gravel as on seal. Tony is dead keen to buy one. The area we are in is obviously the motorbike centre of Delhi. I walk around a couple of ...
... all look a bit the same. However one thing that doesn't get boring apart from the queuing and mental-ness that accompanies it. Is the way that we become more of an attraction the the attraction it self. Especially now with 2 white girls in tow we was the star attraction. At the red fort after one girl asked Emma and Laura for a picture there was at least 7 people taking pictures not to mention the countless ones taking them on the sly. And at the Gandhi memorial ...
... guide took care of.) Then we went and stopped in front if the red fort and walked around there. Our next stop brought us to the cremation grounds of Ghandi! I didn't even think about this as being something I would see while here. We looked at it first from afar and then our tour guide asked if we wanted to go down next to it and we said yes! We once again took our shoes off (us girls tried shoving them in our pocketbooks but our tour guide said no hahaha whoops). We just ...