Hotel Mohan International
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to head upstairs to get ready to leave later that night. We strategically packed our bags, took a nap, and at 11:30 PM we were off to the airport to catch out 2:30 AM flight. We were sad to leave India and sad that our vacation had come to an end, but, we were also ready to head back to America.
Some tips for surviving India:
1.) Don't take out your money in public! You don't want to risk people watching you or drawing attention.
2.) Don't take our ...
... part of the animal and believes it represents the whole, while the overall reality of the elephant is quite different.
Perhaps this openness to other traditions led to the loss of popularity in the face of many more passionate faiths that lay sole claim to their followers’ faith. Human beings seem to need to feel that they have chosen the only correct religious path in order to be truly passionate about it. I wonder if that is the ...
... since Islam doesn’t allow for images of people inside their places of worship. The best example of this was a set of columns that were beautifully carved as part of the original Hindu temple but all of the faces of the figures were missing. While this did detract a little from the carvings, it was still amazing to see the detail in these figures as well as the other portions of the carvings that remained intact. There were also huge sections of walls near ...
... Hindi for: walk past 3 buildings, climb a flight of stairs, walk through an outside mall, zig zag way through a parking lot, across a square and find a small door where the ATM is located (and, by the way, it doesn't work with foreign bank cards).
We ended up having an informal meet and greet session with most of our fellow travelers that evening at the club floor’s cocktail hour. Our tour company (Toto ...
... would pass the red light, and the motorcycle riders would cut right through in as if they didn't see you.
First, we went to see the one of India's historical landmarks "12th Century Qutab Minar", and they had a tower of victory, which was built by Muslims when they were the rulers of India. We also saw Iron Pillar - it was built by Indians and the odd thing about this pillar is that it is very old ...