Radisson Blu Suites Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... station. He was most insistent, telling us that there had been train delays etc. and that the Sarai train station was a smaller station that we would not be able to organise anything else from if we went to it. This took about 15 minutes, standing on the side of the road fending off vendors, rickshaw drivers and other tuk tuks while trying to keep a hold of all our bags in the process! Eventually we relented, figuring that we had plenty of time and may as ...
... have now all a sense! Step by step and above all CALM remain however very difficult, this are, since a pure chaos at the airport prevails and hundreds of travelers only cry. Many travelers already had to spend 2 or more nights at the airport soil and on the new were disappointed. Frustration and strain are clearly noticeable. So gladly I also in a group on the way am, give often it instants, in which I am rather alone, v.a. if I stand before problems or find me in a ...
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Said to be the inspiration for the Taj Mahal, Humayan's tomb is crafted of red sandstone and marble. It is a wonderful representation of Mughal architecture but it's beauty is trumped by the adjacent octagonal tomb of Asi Khan. Built 20 years prior to Humayan's this octagonal tomb has fallen into disrepair but it is not hard to imagine how spectacular it would have been with it's blossoming onion domes and ...
... we would soon depart and should come on the tarmak, where they provided us with fresh water. We eventually bordered the supply helicopter who already had a few Indian tourists in it. We were at least thirty people riding, jammed packed, to the military airport. From there, after getting some free snacks and more water, we further waited and were eventually led to an army bus going to, we expected, our airplane. At this point it was passed 19:00 and dark and our driver couldn't ...
... The stories we had heard about the rich and poor was obvious. The beautiful older style buildings showed the signs of British heritage from the days of colonial rule. This was our first day in Delhi and I'd have to say that I loved it. Tonight we travel to meet Mr. Wilson in Trivadrum where we will work over the coming month. Can I also ask...Why do planes still have no smoking signs? Surely you can't be serious, and stop calling me ...