Park Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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... IndiGo isn't a bad option.
Anyways we arrived in Delhi just after 8:30 pm. Our car to Agra was set to leave at 5 am. We would not see Delhi in the sunlight basically. I was surprised how sad I was by this as we were flying in. The city is huge! And it just seems like we could see so many things. Not that I was disappointed with the idea of going to Jaipur instead (Agra was a given), but just wish we could have seen all 3!
It took about 45 minutes ...
The Humayun's Tomb - Completed in 1572 - was a trend setting Mausoleum. The first Garden Tomb of the Indian Subcontinent. Its a UNESCO world heritage site. The gardens, water channels and fountains are fully restored and look great.Pendentives holding the weight of ...
... The noodle dish was bloody spicy, but tasty, and the Indian guy sitting near us said it might be better to leave it as it was too spicy for him - bloody good enough for me so I left it BUT the masala tea was lovely. To be honest it was a bit over priced for what we had but you have to eat. Big decision, what do we do today, it's our orientation day, time to cut through the fear and get into it, so, out the front of the hotel, into the traffic and head for ...
... around in Rajasthan at some point so I might see if I can get a guide or something for that. This one though, if you walk all the way down to the bottom and look up you'll see this...
Yeah, that seething mass of blackness is a load of bats. You can see them flying from one side to the other and doing their little squeaky echo location thing. Oh... you don't have to go right to the bottom to ...
Hi everyone, we are now in England house and pet sitting in a picture post card town called St. Anne's on the Sea. Some of you avid golfers may recognize the name as the British Open has been played here at the Royal Lytham & St. Anne's Golf club a number of times with the most recent in 2012.
The following is Part 1 of our India experience.
I left you last time with a sunset photo I took as we were descending into Indira Ghandi airport in Delhi and ...