Lemon Tree Hotel City Center
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... Ariana han anat canviant de talla i ens hem anat desfent de roba a Perú, Bolívia, Borneo, Nepal i Índia, mirant que sempre pogués fer servei a algú. A la maleta, portem bosses ziploc amb tota mena de coses que, en un moment determinat ens ha permès convertir l’habitació de l’hotel en un centre d’estètica per fer-nos la manicura, pedicura o el que convingués: era el nostre petit luxe i una altra manera ...
... night. We realized our driver had never been before and did not have any idea where our hotel was. He placed several frantic phone calls and asked a variety of people along the way. Word got out there was a lost Indian driver with foreigners in a white car and it did not take long for random people to jump into the car who portrayed themselves as our guide or wanted to provide directions, you guessed it for some rupees! It was almost comical and we both agreed how industrious ...
... with a few more appropriate garments that would cover my shoulders and my knees (no denim diapers and Bob Dylan tank in this country).
We found Delhi to be a pleasant city - big but manageable. Of course on the way from the airport our driver tried to convince us to go to a hotel he recommended (to make a commission) but after we told him we had a booking it was no hassle. Our hotel was on a bustling street that resembled Las Vegas, but in a slumy sort of way. ...
... and the fake agent in which he came to the understanding that he should leave us alone and we trotted off towards the main hostel street not before being surrounded by 15 or so rickshaw drivers hassling us asking to take us to our hotel, recommend hotels and further cod ***** about how they offer best price. We quickly discovered that No doesn't mean no and actually means "please follow us all the way to our hotel make false conversation about where I am from and recommend a ...
... and the residents - men, women and children were deep in their knees picking out rubbish that might be of value. In this sense, they were actually recycling. This area is known as Nizamuddin East. This is just a small community. Apparently the larger slum is just down south of the turning circle to Humayun's Tomb, known as Nizamuddin West. Unsure of their hospitality, I ventured cautiously deeper into the slum, brandishing my camera around my neck. No sooner ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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