Rockland Inn

B-207, C. R. Park, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India | 3 star hotel
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Sightseeing in New Delhi

A travel blog entry by phildyard


... and we were able to see the preparation of large amounts of food in the kitchen.

All of us had fun travelling through the streets by rickshaw. It is amazing the vehicles don't collide but we arrived safely outside the Red Fort. We did not go inside the fort because we will be visiting one in Agra later in the tour.

We stopped for lunch in a "tourist" Indian restaurant. Our guide, Raghunandan, wanted us to give our digestive systems time to adjust ...

Delightful Delhi

A travel blog entry by tiffanykdansie


... city. It seems a popular destination for expats and Indians alike, and they are doing a good job at maintaining its' cleanliness. Following which we took a stroll through Khan market, full of little book shops, restaurants, shoe stores and fabric sellers among others things, certainly globalization hasn't hit here with the same intensity. Later in the afternoon we went for "High Tea" at the lovely 5 star Imperial Hotel, we ended up sitting outside, admiring the beautiful manicured ...

Lodi Gardens, Connaught Place, and Chandni Chowk

A travel blog entry by heatherandrew


... to wait for her. As I waited several families stopped and asked me if I’d like to come inside the temple with them. At first I couldn’t understand their motive, but then I decided they were trying to be nice. Maybe they thought I was too timid to go in, and wanted someone to show me around. Either way, they were all very nice about it.

Then some woman came up and spoke Hindi very quickly. I couldn’t really understand, so I said I was waiting for ...

The Last Stop

A travel blog entry by jarinne


... degree heat to India's largest mosque: Jama masjid. Beautiful and impressive!

The following day was my birthday. My stomach was feeling a little better so we found some chocolate cake for breakfast (bad idea) before setting out to find the British-inspired Connaught Place and then some of the cheap craft bazaars that New Delhi is famous for. We reached a KFC when my stomach started aching, probably from the ...

Final thoughts about leaving India and Nepal

A travel blog entry by jocdenver


... every night, having cooked tasty & hot meals three times a day, it wasn't like backpacking in the wilderness, taking a hot shower every four days was a nice and a luxury.

  • Good-Many homes and lodges uses electricity from small hydro plants, if no electricity then solar panels for electricity and LEDs lights in rooms.
  • Great- The weather was dry and it never rained during the days on the trail. I felt very lucky.
  • Bad- Yak manure its ...

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    This 3 star hotel, located in the Greater Kailash II area of New Delhi, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, India Gate, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and National Zoological Park of Delhi.
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