- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It was time to head back to the hotel, grab some lunch and go the airport for our flight to Delhi. My flight was leaving at 1130p on Thursday, while the girls were on Lufthansa via Frankfurt at 230a Friday morning. The flight to Delhi was only an hour, but by the time we got off we were all on edge. I have never been on a flight with more screaming children or clueless passengers...not fun.
On arrival ...
... packe schnell meine beiden Rucksäcke und versuche nichts zu vergessen. Als ich in die Lobby gehe, sehe ich, dass die ersten Passagiere in den Bus steigen. Ich schlinge noch schnell einen Happen herunter, trinke ein -kaffeeähnliches Getränk- und dann geht es auch schon los. Ich habe Glück und bekomme den letzten Platz im Bus. Die anderen Reisenden haben nicht so viel Glück, sie müssen auf einen anderen Bus warten und können erst ein späteres Flugzeug nehmen. Lea und ...
... it was difficult to dodge the oncoming traffic and numerous animals. Wires hung across the streets and hand painted signs boasted numerous businesses. It was hard to observe and take-in all of what we were seeing. We stopped in a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant where the prime-minister of India once ate. We sat, smushed in beside the other customers and enjoyed amazing thali (platter of sauces, curries and naan). It was really cool to be amongst the other people, ...
... are just as kind and delightful people as I remembered them to be and that Is certainly and partly where TK gets her wonderful kind heart. As well, it was delightful to meet another friend, from NY, whom I had met this summer in Leh, shortly before the Kalachakra and to make a new one, Elinore from Pennsylvania, who, in her retirement years is studying full time the Tibetan language. Awesome dedication and certainly inspiring. On the other hand, the weather was still misty ...
... to an obese and unbelievably fidgety indian man who reeked of all the stereotypical indian smells. The other man next to him actually asked to move and ended up in first class the nob. A wise move that I didn't think of! He sauntered back all smug after we had landed, rubbing his eyes and yawning just to show what a good nights sleep he had got. I on the other hand did not sleep a wink but instead got elbowed countless times by BO mans stupid ...