Radisson Hotel Noida
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Noida
3rd time at the Radisson - as always the staff were over eager to please. Good business hotel.
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... proper cricket ground, located in Greater Noida Sports Complex. It appears to be part of the Uttar Pradesh state cricket system and may even be a first class ground. It is a newish place, maybe only five years old. There is a grandstand with offices and change rooms, training nets and the field is fully enclosed by a fence. It is a proper cricket ground. However like everything else in India things are less than perfect, the change rooms are ...
... purchased from back home, which is a similar principle to a UK Oyster card. so, mundane form filled in, with a stern finger point and I was seen quicker than anticipated. `thanks railcard' ;-) and my train tickets to Agra, Jaipur and Mumbai were done in about 5minutes. At last the tide was turning and Delhi was starting to go my.
Job done I have to rush back to my contact at the Indian Red Cross building, who had to leave work in an hour and who also had the ...
... marketing details. It also investigates the issue of intellectual property rights and patents. The features of the target market and the product are investigated. Also consumer reaction to the product and what will be the most cost effective product and design will be ascertained. Its feasibility will be ascertained through a computer generated prototype.
The fourth stage is Business Analysis. The first task is to investigate tentative price through competition and ...
... Otherwise, see Old Delhi.
Except for the nicer areas where the rich and government ministers live, it is exactly what I expected as depicted very well on the Amazing Race. I haven't seen a lot of the amazing yet, but it is not all that different than parts of Southeast Asia or Central or South America, except for everything is multiplied and exaggerated to be a point that it is almost a caricature of every stereotype (all true ...
... what local time is. I regularly say good morning to people at 3 or 4 in the afternoon. Everyone thinks this is hysterical, my complete lack of body clock is super funny "But Dave...it's afternoon!"
It's not going to help that on sunday I'm gonna get up at 4 am local time and drive 4 hours to Agra where the Taj Mahal is ready to mahal the heck out of me. So I'm sure I'll be further screwed up on monday but I will have been all touristed up!