Lemon Tree Hotel, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon
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... day Old Delhi. Its planning and aesthetics represent the zenith of Mughal creativity prevailing during Shah Jahan's reign. His successor Aurangzeb added the Pearl Mosque to the emperor's private quarters, constructing barbicans in front of the two main gates to make the entrance to the palace more circuitous.The Red Fort was not defended during the 1857 uprising against the British. After the rebellion failed, Bahadur Shah II left the fort on 17 September ...
... Oh, I forgot to add, someone had died earlier in the day, and he/she was strapped to a makeshift cot and held up by several distraught family members and loved ones walking down the street with motorcycles, rickshaws and people making their way around the procession. The scene defies description, one can only be actually in it and even then... We finally arrive at our hotel and after our car is gleaned by security with under-carriage mirrors, our bags examined and put through ...
Today was officially our last day in India. We started our 5 hour road-trip from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur at 4:30 a.m. As we drove, we did make one stop at one village where they showed their lifestyles and how they made breads. We tasted their breads and it's healthier than other breads because it have more fibers and nutrients.
Finally, we arrived Jodhpur where we rode the 30 minutes airplane trip to New Delhi. We arrived at New Delhi and we went straight to ...
... when it comes to religion and politics.
When Nancy’s next status mentioned she was rocking out to rapper Drake in a rickshaw, I instantly knew I had not been dreaming. After stalking her Facebook page, it was clear she indeed had been in Pakistan the day before and was now in New Delhi just a few miles down the road from me. I hadn't seen her in 12 years. After a brief text exchange, we were scheduled to meet for drinks at her hotel. I ran out the door and put ...
... was able to get out of the hotel and do a little exploring locally on her own right before we checked out and headed for our hotel near the airport, where we spent our last night. On the way, we stopped again at Gandhi’s house – which was now open – and were able to look around briefly.
Our last hotel had two bathrooms in the room, but was otherwise unremarkable except that it was a ten minute drive from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services