The Janpath Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Janpath Hotel New Delhi
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... extreme poverty alongside wealthy. Didn't get a sense that the government get that and instead focus on trying to portray India as a modern society to the rest of the world Attitudes towards women seriously need to change. Many taxis advertise the fact that they respect women which makes you wonder how bad things are if respecting women is seen as a USP I suspect cows are more respected and valued than women ...
... policeman who sort of intervened but in the process the taxi started to move off, I think to just stop blocking the traffic, with Roz in it and me out of it. She was a little alarmed, opened the door and jumped out then insisting that we unload the bags and take a different taxi. The second taxi had a rather morose driver but he got us to Bloomrooms hotel ok. The hotel is modern and like many places we have been in, an oasis in a sea of disorder. We had booked three ...
... approx. 3,500 technical institutions in India, essentially colleges and universities. We also toured a government sponsored institution in the afternoon called the National Institute of Technology Delhi which was about 1.5 hours south of the hotel. Not as many photos taken today....hopefully more sight seeing on Wednesday. I saw some cows wondering about and ...
I was in two minds whether to write a blog entry for today as not much substantial really happened. Obviously, we did fly from one country to another but that's just becoming the norm now. Also the whole day has felt a bit if blur because we've been so tired from having to wake at some awful hour, puffy eyed and still half asleep. We left the hostel having tons of bananas thrust in our hands which I still don't know what to do with, they are currently sat in my ...
... street- slightly scary but there was a real buzz which was fun! We took cover in our hotel and ate there as everything was closed early for the festival. We accidentally ended up on the rooftop of the hotel and the fireworks were going off from all angles - it was quite amazing ! (And also a bit scary when stray rockets would fly towards us). We left on an exciting Indian train the next day! Photos coming ...