Radisson Blu Suites Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... religiously or all of the aforementioned. The rain had even stopped for the second half of the day. Our tour leader was attempting to find my lost luggage. When he asked who I flew with, I realised that it was probably a miracle the whole plane including myself wasn't missing. "Malaysian airlines" I said. Vansh the tour leader replied, "Yes, well, sometimes their planes end up in the ocean". I can't argue with facts and trying to argue with the airlines wasn't ...
... graced with a massive cue. Fortunately it moves quickly and we soon breeze through the gate. We enter into a bazaar full of trinkets and tourist traps all vying for our money and we start to think we've made a mistake coming here. As quick as it starts it ends and we are swept out into the main courtyard. Aside from the outer walls only a few Mughal era sandstone and marble buildings remain. With British colonization they razed most of the ...
... restaurant was full of westerners, expats or embassy affiliates. One night we met my friend Avneet in Hauz Khas Village for drinks and dinner. We spent an hour or two at a bar called Social having cocktails and catching up. The place had a very hipster vibe with exposed brick, high ceilings and open windows looking out over a beautiful lake. Two of Avneet's friends joined us and we inquired about growing up in India, life in Delhi, and the ...
... go see the temple but due to high terrorism risk, noone was allowed bags inside and we were less than thrilled to leave our bags at the entrance! The walk through the town was an experience on its own, never felt so white before in my life.
After that, onto Agra - mental. Drivers words, not ours!! Suntee says drivers are mental because they eat spicey food! Traffic was everywhere and I mean everywhere. Bumper to bumper and in every direction. Now in India, you ...
... 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 ...