South Indian Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I'm sure the airplane food from Qatar airways escalated it. Upon arriving to our hotel I proceeded to throw up for a good hour. It took everything in me to suck it up and drag myself out on to the hot streets of Delhi. Looking back it was well worth it but at the time I wanted nothing more than to be sitting in an ice bath with a bucket...I bought two cute tunics that I was pleased with. Day Two: Site Seeing, ...
... cocktails before the plane even takes off makes her so jealous lol!! We were exhausted from the previous flight and the long lay over in London so we slept most of the flight! There was an unfortunate mom and dad sitting in the row ahead of us that had twin boys that did not stop crying the whole flight! I felt so sorry for them. They tried everything to comfort them but there was nothing they could do to ease their cries! It was ******* the whole plane!!!! If you can believe ...
... car to the monument. And it was really stunning to see - but once again as we walked the length of the site, the heat began to get the better of us. Once we'd seen enough, the kids chose to head home and we relaxed before a lunch of delicious leftovers. After lunch the kids decided to stay home and play basketball and swim whilst Ben and I headed along to the Cottage Industry Emporium - a 4 story building filled ...
... with mini domes and an Indian flag. Just inside is the Chatta Chowk (Covered Bazaar) selling a variety of touristy bits and pieces. This market used to sell fancy bits to the royals. There are a selection of buildings spread out across the grounds, separated by nice green lawns. Some are pretty, with domes and columns and ornate arches. It was busy, packed full of Indians. All of whom found a group of white girls exciting. All trying to take photos of us all ...
... in the surrounding ruins, occassionally admired by the lots of parrots residing in nearby trees was a lovely sight in itself.After more than an hour spent admiring the sole leaning tower in India, we moved on to the Lotus Temple, the Bahai worship house, shaped as a lotus. An architectural marvel, a huge peaceful surrounding garden, and an amazingly silent vast interior, an opportunity to just meditate, irrespective of religion.After a quick 10 mins of peace ...