Hotel Swati Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as welcome to come inside and have a peek! Dropped off in Connaught place for dinner, we enjoy strolling around what must be a cut-out of London shops and restaurants placed in the heart of New Delhi, surrounded by persistent market sellers. We did however find an indian cuisine and enjoyed God-knows what with a few cold ...
... was extremely hot though and a lot of people were hogging the shade in order not to burn their feet! We went into the service for about 15 minutes and observed the silence – you have to be completely quiet in the temple and even crying children were told to leave! After some respite we headed back to the tube station and caught a tube to the Lajpat Nagar Market. The tube station itself was quite a walk from the market centre so we caught a cheap Cyclo (after ...
... songs. I will need to plan something for tomorrow, not sure how with literally nothing to work with. The discipline is also very different. The teacher has a stick which she uses liberally. One child hit another one and so the teacher held the hitter down whilst the victim was allowed to hit back and encouraged to hit harder. I think that because I was not going to hit the children with a stick they saw me as soft, which i probably am in comparison. Off to the market ...
... in sight..I was contemplating climbing over but one of my bags was way too heavy for me to haul over..finally the watchman was located and i crashed in the bed..
I found Delhi to be a much a greener city than Bombay..so many trees.. so many people keeping plants in their veranda... many gardens sprinkled with historical monuments and sites .. decent roads and signs ..the city has character in terms of the ...
... of snow," said Laxmi Dhakal, head of the Nepalese home ministry's disaster response division. Hundreds of foreign climbers head every year for the Himalayas in Nepal, which has eight of the world's 14 highest mountains, including Mount Everest. Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world, is considered one of the most dangerous, with dozens of deaths in recent years.
The autumn climbing season began this ...