Radisson Blu Suites Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I decided it was time for the 10 second countdown.. So casually heading to our boarding gate with Amelia eating an horrific looking noodle salad which I'm sure we are going to see similar later in our travels we pass a flight board. Just double checking our gate which apparently is now showing gate closed we take another 5mins to decide that the urgent tannoy for Morton and Kingdon probably means we should run.. Salad is ditched and we attempt to run to the gate. Successfully ...
... originally a bungalow belonging to Raja Jai Singh, an Indian ruler in the seventeenth century, and was known as Jaisinghpura Palace,The grounds include the temple, a kitchen, a large (holy) pond, a school and an art gallery. As with all Sikh Gurdwaras, the concept ...
... been told that the pool would open in 'three days' which is TYPICAL India after long discussions and lots of moaning from our side, we all came to an an agreement that me and Anna could use the sunbeds as long as we wanted but not the pool. We thought we might as well seeing as we had come all this way and not really had the chance to catch any sun in India so far as we're always totally covered up and the whole swimming pool thing isn't ...
... to proceed for dinner. Time flew! Trip down old known lanes was so nostalgic. He wanted fine dinning, cheesy and romantic, but after a traditional ride, I preferred to feast on crab delicacies, famous in Mumbai. Hence, Trishna, was the spot. Jumbo butter crab with roomali roti is just heavenly here! Packed with foreign tourists, but the waiters were warm indeed. We can’t go by table manners while hogging on crabs! Hence hands on ...
... and markets. Surprisingly, the prices for gifts are not as low as we were expecting.
First off the odor is just awful. It smells like a sewage plant, a bourbon distillery and several frenchman that haven't showered in weeks. We could smell Delhi in the airplane before we landed. No joke. We have seen many people peeing wherever they want. We have watched literally hundreds of people just throw ...