- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Good flight. JMJ stayed up all night and watched films (including Gandhi!) MRJ slept on and off....we were served breakfast flying over Pakistan. Landing in 40 mins - very quick, easy flight. Fantastic view of the Himalayas on the port side / photo doesn't do it justice. Stewardess just asked for a doctor or midwife to come forwards. If all else fails, I'll volunteer! We've ...
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... other 3 are occupied by part of a group. They are a group of 7 grown men travelling together but apparently couldn't possibly sit apart as their tickets dictate so we're having to fight for our space around them. They also joined the train at 2am and turned all the lights on whilst loudly attempting to organise themselves like a school trip of 12 year olds. We've quickly discovered instead of using the bin at the end of the carriage our fellow passengers choose to drop rubbish on ...
... neighborhood are lettered blocks and the residences then are numbered. There can be another letter, if there is an apartment, or the area has been subdivided. The streets also have names, but that seems to only be a suggestion, except the main roads that are very well known. For example for the post office and tailor, I went to C block market in Vasant Vihar. I think this might really be to simplify things for the taxi drivers, because it is a crazy big sprawling city. I ...
... a low, white bungalow surrounded by low walls, with a small temple and open grassy plot in the back, where he was assassinated while at prayer. There are raised cement outlines of sandal imprints, marking his last walk from his home out to prayers. There are slightly faded and dusty, but meaningful dioramas of various important moments in his life, with explanations both in English and Hindi. The whole place was full of uniformed school ...