Swasno Palace

Address: J-10 /7 Opp Sahara Mall, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on J-10 /7 Opp Sahara Mall, Gurgaon.
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      Old Delhi and Gill has close shave with snake

      A travel blog entry by jb1961 on Nov 09, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... Delhi and set off for Agra. As the day moved to dusk it got quite smoggy again. Arrived at the hotel safe having witnessed only 1 accident and about 100 near misses and are now pre-diner drinking before heading down for food. Quite a day so far.

      So we finished the day off with a nice meal of lemon chicken and prawns washed down with another Indian red. Fell into bed exhasted and we have an early start tomorrow.

      Day 3 - IT'S THE TAJ MAHAL!!

      A travel blog entry by mellynap on Oct 02, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... first class" :) It even included food which no-one was game to eat- so funny because there were some Chinese people across the aisle from us that did exactly what I did- picked up all the food, looked at it, then settled for the chocolate eclair lolly assuming it was the only thing guaranteed not to make you rush for the um, dirty train toilet! (Hello hand sanitizer.) Luke almost ate the sandwich but I begged him not to!

      So the train ...

      Day332/334 Inside a tumble dryer/Dins l'assecadora

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jul 13, 2014

      15 photos

      ... At the Delhi train station we had to avoid the carriers trying to get our luggage and some cheaters trying to convince us that our train was delayed. The hotel had already warned us not to trust anyone there. Incredible. From the train we see dry fields, half built or half destroyed villages, lots of sacred cows roaming free eating garbage, monkeys jumping on the roofs, some palm trees and all dry, very dry. Some ...

      My introduction to Indian life

      A travel blog entry by rmh1110 on Jun 10, 2014


      ... much longer than my own country has even been populated. How do you address these issues? How do you change these practices? Where do you start? India is thought to be a spiritual, non-violent place. Let me assure you it is not. The violence against women and against basic human rights is horrifying. India has 2 sides; the modern, industrialised and advancing India but there is also at least 50% of the population who live in dire poverty, often ...

      India - Delhi

      A travel blog entry by gemchild on Nov 07, 2013

      53 photos

      ... India?

      The sights we saw whilst in Delhi was the fort, which wasn't as impressive as Agra but was an amusing trip as I tried to explain to Bish my version of what happened here (completely made it up but ssssssh).

      We also had a walk through a park and went to see Gandhi's cremation place which ...