The Janpath Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had an early start to our first day in Delhi. We tried Indian mc Donald's for breakfast, as it was close to our hostel. (All vegetarian) Then headed off to Gudwara Bangla sahib Sikh temple nearby. We had to cover our heads going in. The people were very friendly there, with live music, free food and we had to wash our hands and feet before entering. It was very peaceful inside. The food we were given was a sweet dessert semolina mix ...
... when many Indians travel home to be with family. At any rate, we made our way to the platform listed for our train about an hour before it's scheduled departure. The crowd on our platform was huge and growing by the minute, making it very difficult to move around. This is important because in most cases it is impossible to
find out exactly where your coach will be and if the train is late arriving
you may not have much time ...
... Another thing we were not prepared for was 'celebrity status.' Everywhere we go we have Indian people gawking at us, not in a negative way, but just cause we're so odd looking. We fully understand, cause we get those looks at home, too! Already, we have been in countless family pictures, met so many strangers stopping us just to be friendly. We like it, feeling like Brad and Angelina. We'll greet ...
... The exhibition was dedicated not only to Indira Gandhi but also to her son Rajiv Gandhi. Both of them were Prime Ministers of India assassinated in consequence of their political decisions. There were many photos from Indira´s travels around the world, she figured in the pictures with a lot of different presidents. Some of the exhibited photos were also devoted to her family and close family friends, including Mahatma Gandhi. Surprisingly Indira Gandhi doesn´t have anything in ...
... an authentic restaurant, there was no cutlery to use and so it was instead a case of using the bread to eat! Given how good the main courses tasted, we also decided to share a dessert. We went for gulab juman, an Indian dessert and this also tasted very nice! By the time we'd finished munching our delicious lunch it was mid-afternoon and time to head to the airport. Again, we arrived in plenty of time and ...