Lemon Tree Hotel, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... One thing I quickly noticed was that the Indian tourists would simply congregate around the entrance to the beach but wouldn't venture any further. This meant that you had hundreds of people in one area & then miles of deserted beaches to make the most of. Oh & men just rock about in their boxes when they want to chill on the beach, oh well when in Rome.
... to the parking lot.In the car, I’m gripped by what I have done. I fear that she will go home and be beaten by her father for not bringing in enough money. I search for her, my eyes scanning the piles of garbage on the road away from the City of Victory, but in vain. She is gone.
On the plane ride home to New York, I see this girl’s face over and over; she is burned into my brain. I drag her up the stairs to my apartment with the rest of my luggage, a ...
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The next morning, ...
... to dance like an attractive Latin goddess in front of a room full of complete strangers. I thought it was a good deal; just $45 a month, but I wound up avoiding classes due to my schedule and the weight caught up with me. That's when I understood I needed to attempt something else. My cousin who had an infant a number of months ago recommended The Venus Factor to me. She utilized it to lose the infant weight and she looks great so I chose to give it a ...
... an encampment of sorts. Constructed as some sort of cell-splitting accident twin to the underside of a highway overpass, the place is a scrap heap strip mall. There are fruit and vegetable stands, a barber, a butcher (no refrigerated trucks; mutton walks to market in India), an auto and truck repair shop, assumedly the mall's anchor given the location, and a store that we can't really see from the car. That's where Pal goes and given the lack of easy access to booze in ...