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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... it was so worth it, we wondered through the tomb and saw the tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun the last emperor to reside there. As it was getting really hot we didn't stay too long here plus once you had seen the tomb and its architecture there wasn't anything else really and we were getting a little hungry.
Lastly we asked to go and see the Lotus Temple, which as you can guess by its name its a temple its shaped as a Lotus flower, we actually thought ...
... sleeping in palaces and heritage homes!
This meant only one thing……no more sleeper trains, no more jungle retreats, no more spiders…..pure luxury all the way! Woo-hoo!
Enough daydreaming for one day! It was now 6:00am and time to get out of bed and check things out around this luxurious hotel!
... tomato soup and eggplant dish were exceptionally good. It is very easy to eat all vegetarian meals, most menus advertise dishes as "veg" or "non veg". The staff from the hotel lit a small fire on the terrace so we could gather together and chat, but it turned very cool, so everyone decided to return to their ...
... hole in our holiday itinerary which we cannot now make up; in addition, it has cost us substantially in increased hotel and travel costs as we cannot now go by train as these are fully booked well in advance. The orange juice and crisps offered as a sweetener is hardly adequate by way of compensation.
So here we are in Delhi again wondering what happens tomorrow.
... the hotel for the first day, we headed out into the city on the second. We booked a shopping and food tour of Delhi through http://delhicookingclass.blogspot.ca/p/ shopping-and-spice-tour.html . We were met at the hotel by Farheen and her husband. We were escorted through a series of shopping experiences that included the Janpath street mall, the INA market (spices and food where Indians shop), Dilli Haat (government ...