- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMegha Homestay New Delhi
Great way to get a taste of family life in India. Meals, a driver, assistance can be provided. Close to the violet Metro line and in a nice area with a wonderful park across the street.
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... to the metro and back to the hotel. We had a bit of a break so I decided to hang out and catch up on my journal before lunch. For lunch we headed to a South Indian restaurant where I had a massive maharaja thali which was decent. I tired a lot of random sauces and left the ones that were really spicy. After lunch we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags and go to the train. It started raining as we left and so we quickly threw the bags in the cars. At the station we formed an ...
... they must have thought I was someone famous hiding my face away (little did they know I looked like a tomato underneath). When we walked through the gates and actually saw the Taj Mahal we were totally blown away and everything that had gone wrong so far today was forgotten and forgiven. We were so relieved and so happy that we had decided to come all this way just to see the Taj because it really was worth it one hundred percent. We spent ...
... the Rajpath, a collection of massive Raj era buildings where the Indian government is now located. These included the massive round Sansad Bhavan (Parliament House), the North and South Secretariat and the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's House). At the far end of the Rajpath (some 2km) was the India Gate, a huge 42m high war memorial.
... roundabouts and traffic lights. Here electricity isn't as consistent, so the traffic cops stand on a raised platform, blowing their whistles and signaling with their white gloved hands, whose turn it is to advance. I arrived in Agra ( home of the Taj Mahal) around noon and checked into the oldest hotel in town. Truly a lovely historic building. It is built around two open courtyards, one with a garden and the other a pool. It was really lovely. I thought about a swim, but decided ...
... fireworks, and lots and lots of them. I have never seen so many fireworks in all off my life. It was like a war zone and it went on for the entire evening from 6 pm to 6 am. At times the fireworks noise was so loud you could not hear the person beside you. Words can not readily explain the magnitude of fireworks. The best I can come up with was the invasion of Iraq on CNN. Our host fed us an amazing dinner with curry chicken, mutton, lentil ...