Park Inn Gurgaon
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... day tour round Delhi
for our second day. Well, we knew we had paid a bit too much but we
didn't do too bad! Except, reading online later that night, a very
recent and new review for the hotel we were in... 'Don't go here, the
manager is part of a criminal network and will take you to a 'fake'
government office that will rip you off and try to change your plans
etc'. Hmmm we knew it was a bit dodgy but not criminal surely. I
guess the next day we would ...
... have passed for food served at a fine dining establishment - at a quarter the price. I was feeling tired and a bit sick when we first got to Delhi, but this ended up being a fun evening of souvenir shopping and eats. Cindy understands I'm exhausted at this point and we head back to our digs for the night. On the way back we see another wedding procession taking place by our hotel. Lights, loud music, colorful clothing and dancing can pop up on the streets of India at anytime!
... outskirts of Delhi, ancient Muslim ruins and tombs and a huge minaret dating from the twelfth century; the Bahai "Lotus" Temple; Hamayun's Tomb, a virtual mini Taj Mahal, the perfectly proportioned 16th century mausoleum of Emperor Hamayun; and Raj Ghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi at the site of his cremation ceremony after his assassination.
Our driver's then told us the day was over as sunset approached, but I felt ...
... many tourists to show proof of their ticket out of the country. We had not booked one at the time, but this ended up not being an issue. We got a little nervous when the foreigners next to us got asked, but we made it through without an issue. I believe it’s just another example of the power of the American passport. Some people view it as kind of a get out of jail free card, while at other ...