Park Inn Gurgaon
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... high expectations from out experience in Nepal. After an hour of walking around, taking about 100 pictures with Indian visitors and handing any food we had to the street children begging at the city entrance we decided to head back to Agra on the much loved local bus. The most annoying thing about Indian driving is that they constantly use their horn as they have no road rules or regulations which gets very irritating when your already tired and in pain from your ...
The thing about Indian weddings is that it is not just about a week long period of multiple ceremonies/parties - there is also the preceding weeks (and months) where a lot of things need to happen for the whole wedding period to be considered a success. The closer you are to the bride and groom, the earlier your involvement becomes. In the past few weddings we have attended, we have managed to beg off most of the pre-wedding activities due to the fact that we live on ...
... of Jama Masjid Gate 1 lies the amazing network of Old Delhi's alleyways and street markets. Narrow lanes crowded with shoppers, beggars, wandering cows, honking motorcycles, lined with shops in every nooks and crannies selling everything from goat brains, hoofs and vegetables to fabrics, spices and local sweets. My sense of smell went into overdrive, frequently bombarded by a barrage of different fragrances/pollution/smoke/odours of the unknown. I got ...
... visited with 2 other groups of women afterwards, and it was truly an inspiring experience to see such drive and self-confidence present in even the poorest of locations. These women were poor, but they were not desperate; they were proud, and enterprising, success stories in their respective community circle.
After the field visit I finalized the details of both the BRIC BBA rotating fund, as well as the Shikhar-Babson Micro Finance Initiative partnership ...
... only 3-4 reliable restaurants (e.g., Karim’s) we enjoy going to and then eating veg for the other 6 days in the week. Now I pause here and state that this is all fine for Arifa – those that know her, will know she is crazy about healthy eating and loves veg, in
fact even when we go to halal restaurants she orders dhall curry! But for me, after 1.5 months I’m reaching breaking point – I ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet