Lemon Tree Hotel City Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... a beautiful blue ornamental elephant for us – once again we were overwhelmed at his generosity!
On the metro back we met one of Sanjay’s ex-colleagues, now retired, who lives in Sanjay’s block and whose wife hosted yesterday’s kitty party. He said he would give us a lift back from the station as his car was parked there. When we got to the car park he tried the doors of another car before finding his ...
... shoes to take a look at the inside of the monument, walked all the way to the river behind it and then decided to head back to the entry gate so we could take some more pictures of this stunning construction in the sunlight. I was really impressed by how they managed to make such a construction entirely out of marble and it was an important highlight of this trip that I could finally admire the Taj Mahal in person.
After we had ...
... it, we continued our white knuckle ride until Sagu parked in the car park and said he will wait for us whether we are 10 mins, 20min an hour it was no problem.
You don’t have to wander very far before you stumble across a man urinating against a wall or spitting on the street. It’s something that might raise eyebrows elsewhere, but not in Delhi. As soon as we were parked we were surrounded by cycle rickshaws wanting to take us to the red fort ...
... for Kate's birthday). When we had finished shopping we watched the highlights of the parade on the computer screen of the receptionist with the sales staff who explained some of what was going on. It was then time for lunch and just past the MP's housing complex we suddenly turned left down a side street complete with potholes,dogs and general debris to find a small parade of shops and restaurants. In the far corner was a "posh" restaurant that sold really ...
... sit in the squat position directly on the shoulder of the road, chatting without concern for the chaotic traffic whizzing by. There is a rhythm to it all that somehow makes sense here, even to my western sensibilities. Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Muslims practice side-by-side with seemingly little friction. Cultures softly bumping up against each other. Religion is a way of life here, practiced, not just in enclosed spaces, but celebrated as part ...