Le Meridien New Delhi
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Excellent service, good gym and pool, provides fruit and water well, near by Connaught area is fantastic for shopping, Pankhuri enterprises gave the highest price for exchange of $, can ghigher a rickshaw for 40 Rps to go there
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The flight was on the old style of business class that just tilted the head back. We had plenty of room but were so tired. Had a little problem when we were seated. Bruce was asked for his boarding pass 3 times and they took it away and another man's. I heard the man ask if one of the seats on the opposite side was free and he sat there. I had to …
Today we've booked a driver and guide to give us a tour of a number of sites that aren't on our Insight tour. Lucky we both love architecture as we're not fussed about going inside the buildings for hours unless there is something significant we should see.
Our guide says that 30 years ago there were very few cars. Cars drive on the left …
We were woken around 4am by a phone call on Bruce's phone. Don't know who it was. Back to sleep till close to 8am. A shower was lovely, just as last night's was. Did the washing, checked emails, Facebook, messenger - so good to hear from Garry. He's got that sorted really well and regular updates on his house guest, Miss Portia are very welcome. …
... us with saris and Punjabi's. beautiful materials. It was hilarious, we couldn't stop laughing. The staff kept telling us that it was essential to wear Indian clothes whilst traveling to be respectful. We also looked at scarves. We declined all these beautiful wares only to be ushered into the next room which had carpets. As we entered each room the relevant staff appeared and all the lights would come on. They unrolled lots of ...
... people pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi followed by Humayun’s Tomb which we again viewed from outside watching the local children playing cricket. We were then taken to Lodi Garden which I kept calling “Lady Garden” which we really enjoyed walking around. There were two main temples, Bara Gumbad and Shish Gumbad in the centre plus Muhammad Shah Lodi’s tomb. We thought that this was nicer than the Red Fort and yet it was ...