Nirula's Noida Hotel
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... After stopping at a Handicraft shop (Jen bought a beautiful pashmina and we drank sweet, hot, milky chai) we bid adieu to Nadeem and came back to the hotel. We have just finished a delicious meal of aloo ghoba (spicy cauliflower and potato) and vegetable kofta with naan.
We off bright and early to Agra tomorrow to fulfil a lifeling dream of both of ours - the Taj Mahal.
... I found Glenz Coffee House off Anmahl Kahn Road-one of the few coffee houses/eateries in the area which seems to have foreign tourists in mind, with free Wifi and pretty much any smoothie/frappe/mocktail you could desire after walking around in the heat...and they are delicious. There are three kinds if restaurants in Delhi- standard Indian restaurants serving meat and alcohol, vegetarian restaurants serving ...
... most of the night throwing up. I felt a bit better after that but little did I know, it was going to be a false recovery. Off out to see the sights and first stop was Jantar Minar, an observatory built in the early 18th century by the local Maharaja of the time, who had a keen interest in astrology. All the sun dials are made from stone & marble and it claims to have the largest sun dial in the world. Afterwards we headed to the Hawamahal, or Palace of the Winds. It's a large, ...
... about that site by simply scrolling to the menu option. It is easy and more convenient as you can take the tour at your own comfortable pace. Ask your kid to hear and convey the information so that it can become a good source of education.
Amber fort to Jaipur city is a straight road and easy to approach.
We had our lunch at 'Natraj' restaurant (on MI road). ...
... The relatives came first. We were picked up at the Delhi airport by one of Arvin's many uncles...and his driver. Having household help is common among the Indian middle class, but we never felt quite comfortable with the idea. It underscored the depth and breadth of poverty in the country.
And in fact, poverty was one of the first impressions we had of New Delhi. The grassy medians near the airport had people using them as a park, ...