Moulsari Inn

9B, Moulsari Avenue, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 9B, Moulsari Avenue, Gurgaon.
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    Travel Blogs from Gurgaon

    Day Seven – More of Jaipur

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 01, 2014

    35 photos

    ... by the wind. There is nothing inside. We stopped for a photo opportunity.

    Our next stop was the Amer Fort. It is mistakenly called the Amber Fort. Kim has been stressing for weeks about riding an elephant. She read somewhere on the internet that the elephants are beaten and mistreated. Even on the ride to the fort, she was saying that she may not do the ride. As we were driving there, we saw some elephants being ridden to the fort. This put Kim's mind at ease and ...

    India - Part One - Namaste

    A travel blog entry by wilders2014 on May 03, 2014

    6 comments, 89 photos

    ... some of the areas in and around Agra which shook us to the core. Living in a developing country as we do, we do see poverty, but nothing like the rawness we witnessed here, yet we still saw joy and smiles against all odds. When we returned to our room later in the day we both could not shake what we had witnessed from the start of our day, in the end, we gave what we could and offered humble prayers. We chose to see the Taj at sunrise, and happy we did, as we witnessed the ...

    Goa to Delhi to Agra and back again

    A travel blog entry by nick.w.breath on Apr 02, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... by the pool, while Dad gets a nap before Drinks and Dinner at Dum Pukht. Dinner was overwhelming mix of tastes and textures which inevitably ended before dessert with the three of us absolutely stuffed. Bed Bed Bed. Need sleep and rest, 5 am wake up call… Thanks again for dinner Dad, from the both of us.
    Day 3 Agra. By Clara & Nick.The day for sightseeing – in so many ways. After being driven to the train station half asleep, we needed to find our carriage ...

    India - Delhi

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 19, 2014

    76 photos

    ... control slows down the whole transportation process a lot. Especially during the rush hours it must be crazy. We managed to avoid travelling during one of the rush hours but the main entrance to the platforms was very crowded. We had to queue at least for 15 minutes, men and women separately. Women had to stand in one line and men were assigned three lines. Each train has always the first carriage reserved for ladies which is a very good idea.

    As soon as we got off ...

    Delhi, India ~ Culture, Chaos and Curry

    A travel blog entry by vacationista on Dec 01, 2013

    12 photos

    ... the traffic so you will need to cross very carefully. Never assume a car in India is going to stop for you. I honestly felt like I was participating in a game of Frogger, but a more realistic and life-threatening version.

    I enjoyed my first day in India. It was quite chaotic and fast-paced, but I got to ride in my first tuk tuk, sample a Southern India dish called Masala Dosa, which, with the exception of this restaurant, is only available in the South ...