Hotel Park Grand
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... Our goal is to push them to keep showing us options and get the best dress at the lowest price. So, I sat silently trying to contain my amazement and excitement at this elaborate display of every shade of red and sequins. Every once in a while I would nod or shake my head in approval or dislike of a material. This went on for 30 minutes while Mama and Auntie kept asking to see more, then eventually narrowing things down to the top 3 choices.
... taking off tourists like us - ours was on my phone
-tourist info without a business card!!?
-we knew about the, "your hotel is not available, stay at this one"
-Hotels busy on elections?
-0900 opening time - what was he doing there in middle of night? Clearly waiting for mugs like us
-one tourist office in Delhi, bull
-the replacement hotel didn't have wifi anywhere or it's address/number anywhere in the room
-none of the men were nice, they'll get ...
... on hold for a year.
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Following a recommendation from Alexia, our inspiration for the sabbatical, we selected home schooling programs in French and English for Elena and Ariana, so they could follow their courses while we were travelling. In addition, their school, Haut-Lac, was very supportive. In fact, during the trip, Ariana has been connecting with her teacher, Janine, ...
... He's sincere and, because he is denying work habit hewn through years of attending heartlessness college (The Fightin' for Green), the words climb out of him slowly and unsteadily like turtles from a muddy lake. Steve, "Our score is settled, Akbar. We are square because the most unique tourist attraction you delivered, was you." Akbar totally gets it and rises slowly from his seat. He and Steve lock in a sincere hug. This is not the first time the two have hugged! Every ...
... have it, we had to pick up the metro at Patel Chowk, where lies the World Infamous 'Metro Museum'. Thank the lord we stumbled upon this cultural gem. A 'must see' for anyone visiting Delhi with 10 minutes to spare! Only photographs can truly capture the magic of this museum. Unfortunately photography is not allowed. Can't for the life of me imagine why; nobody...NOBODY is going to steel their ideas!
Back at the hotel, knowing that food and fatigue would confine us top bed if we took ...