Hotel La Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of our group.
We road a tour bus into the city, checked into the hotel and had 2 hours left to sleep before breakfast. We found it completely swamped with traveling soccer players and kids. Luckily Mike and Vangy, from Houston, pulled us to their table. Tommy fought through crowds to get an omelette. We plan to go down much earlier tomorrow.
On this day, we got to ...
... stress was over and I took in my new surroundings. Later the afternoon we went for a drive around parts of New Delhi, seeing India Gate (built to honour the 90,000 Indian soldiers who died during the First World War), the president and prime minister's houses, the Teen Murti museum (the former house of India’s first Prime Minister), the parliament buildings, diplomatic areas, Jantar Mantar (a collection of architectural astronomy instruments) ...
... on the tour, 3 Canucks, including myself, 1 American, an Aussie and .... One of the Canadians is from Guelph, just down Hwy. 6! Well we all met up ce soir and our 6th person is also American, now working in China. After our meeting, the Canucks with Ajay went to a resto for Indian and Chinese food. I had yummy, spicy vegetable spring rolls and chili, garlic noodles, washed down with a bottle ...
The next day was more sightseeing. Everywhere I went, I was also apparently a sight to see. I stood out so much everywhere we went, people literally stopped in their tracks to watch me go by. There are pictures and video of me floating all over India right now. I didn't really mind most of the time, especially because I take pictures of people as well so it went both ways. So, when people asked to take a picture with me, I would happily put my ...
... s about £1.50 for a late/coffee and only well healed Indians or westerners are in a place like this. You also have to navigate the very strict security on the door! (We found ourselves in Starbucks a number of times over the next two days to escape the relentless crowds!!)
Our main purpose of travelling to Delhi was to meet a family connection of Steves. His grandfather served in the Army in WW2 and was stationed in Burma. He was the commanding officer and Major in charge. ...