Radisson Hotel Noida
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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... them on their English studies, but sure enough after a five minute walk the conversation always ended in front of an Indian tourism building leaving us feeling used and cheated. We eventually came to the boarders of the new and the old Delhi, which even has a sign to distinguish the two. Within meters of the pseudo boarder, the rubbish cleared and the streets resembled that of a modern city. Tall buildings, traffic lights, even a ...
We took the road from Jhunjhunu to Narnaul via Chirawa. Excellent drive thru village roads and good view of Aravali range. The greenery surrounding you and the effect of winter morning makes you feel really good.
We stopped over at Narnaul city for having our breakfast.
From Narnaul we took the road towards Rewari. Big mistake. Never take this road... never ever. Never.
Instead just take the state highway 14 to Behror and take the NH8 to Delhi.
... N’ block, where we could get a free map. We got the map in the hope that waving the map would put an end to it, but no! So we quickly learned that by reeling this information off to them before they had chance to speak, got a smile and then they left you alone.
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... I just cant have a bus full of people watching me , where are bushes when you need them!
This is the major drawback of the buses , other than that they are cheap and usually quicker than the train. Not sure about the safety record but thats it for now with our bus travel , back on the trains in a few days.
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... 8216;soup kitchen’ for the homeless and less fortunate locals.
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