Hotel Metro Heights

Address: 8/35 W.E.A Padam Singh Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Dev Nagar area of New Delhi, is near Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), and Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan).
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        Tourist Mode in New Delhi

        A travel blog entry by zuleima on Oct 23, 2015

        31 photos

        ... and steal from us. It was at this point that we realized, ok it's time to get out of this mess.

        We took a taxi back to the hotel for 300 rupees ($5 USD). When we got back, we just relaxed and organized our lived for a bit. And what do you know, after an hour we were off to Karol Bagh market. We were really on a mission haha. We did some shopping there as well and got back to our hotel at 7 PM where our friend treated us for dinner. We had a nice dinner, and ...

        Cliches, Color, and Jains

        A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 18, 2015

        8 comments, 16 photos

        ... 275;kāntavāda, a strong form of pluralism. This concept accepts the essential veracity of the principles of pluralism and the necessity for allowing a multiplicity of viewpoints. Jains accept the notion that truth and reality are perceived differently from diverse points of view, no single one of which is complete, including Jainism itself. The great example used is the famous story of the blind men and the elephant, each of whom feels ...

        Curry, Korma and Kofta... We Made it to India

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Feb 04, 2015

        28 photos

        ... it’s size so that more people would be able to pray there, and build a giant minaret to issue the call to prayer from the highest point possible. While the main areas of the mosque itself is mostly in ruins now it was still amazing to walk through and see the combination of Hindu and Islamic artwork side by side. One interesting thing that our guide pointed out was that all of the intricate and beautiful Hindu carvings that contained human images had ...

        Longest drive of my life

        A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Apr 08, 2014

        2 photos

        ... hearing everyone's story though, where they're from and why they are in India. We were told that this had been the most eventful gin Tuesdays so far! I can't get over how difficult it is to just have a little drink and mind your own business in India and I don't know how all these people put up with it for months and even years at a time. Very funny night indeed and the perfect ending to a long long ...

        And on the... something-th day, they rested

        A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Nov 04, 2013

        6 photos

        ... We just ate salad for lunch (yes, real salad, that was washed in clean water), and are planning to meet the Norwegian man we met last night for dinner later. Nate is working on PocketMonkey, Bryn is busy planning out the rest of the India itinerary, and then onto Nepal planning... a calm evening. No rush. We love it.

        Tomorrow, the Red Fort?