Radisson Blu Suites Gurgaon
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we said farewell to India. We started our day by eating breakfast at Chickens of Ludhiana. Then we walked to the Garden of 5 Senses and we spent the rest of the day going from there to the chicken restaurant. Then we spent 1 last night at the hostel before going to the airport at 4 AM and getting on our flight!
Total miles: 9,544.5 Total spent: 1,293.58 Total left:3431.76
... moth balls was so thick in the air, it curled my nose hairs. The books were in glass door cabinets with locks and a paper directory hung on a string attached to each door. It was like a time warp back to I don't know..the 1950's??!! It was interesting. We asked for 2 books, a book on India's cities and palaces and a world atlas so I could show Jerra where we've been during our journey in India. We've covered a lot of miles. We had to ...
... that I still needed to buy a new diary. I had come up with a plan to buy a notebook with a **** cover but fit for purpose then ask one of the leather workers to bind it for me in leather. I had asked one last night and of course they could, the wonderful thing you learn about India is anything you want you can normally find someone to do it or find someone who will find someone for you and take a bit of commission. The problem was it was Sunday and all the shops were closed well ...
... an early night.
Our penultimate day in the Sub-Continent today. We got up at a reasonable time (in comparison to the last few days!) and caught the Metro to the outskirts of Delhi to the famous Lotus Temple. The Lotus Temple, located in New Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship completed in 1986. Notable for its flowerlike shape, it serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent and has become a prominent attraction in the city. We ...
... 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 ...