South Indian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... at faster speeds and we saw our first highway patrol.
The city is an interesting mix of modern areas, some very green areas in terms of the amount of vegetation ( it is apparently one of the greenish cities in the world), and obvious poverty and some slum areas. Also many beautiful buildings and many very old ones.
Overall it has been a very interesting visit with a real sensory assault in sight, sound, smell and ...
... in Delhi and Ashwani launched into his work with great zeal driving through the traffic mayhem with frightening technique. More of him later as he is worth a few paragraphs of his own!
We visited the "Ghandi" Smitri which is the house in which he spent his last 144 days before being assassinated in the gardens. The house is a large colonial villa and is an absorbing museum to the Mahatma.
The house and grounds are a haven of peace ...
It was an early start to today got out of the hotel before 8 for breakfast at a local eatery where the specially is South Indian cuisine, the dish that we all bought was only 120 Rupees and was quite a lot for something is about $2! Then it was a walk up to the metro train station which is one of the cleanest train stations that I've seen and especially for India where everywhere else needs a touch of paint and a ...
... didn't really work and we ended up with a car surrounded by tapping fingers and hopeful faces. Alex and David said it was fine to eat they would go away but it was difficult. I ended up sharing half with a little boy as I realised I really didn't need it all when I had starving children around me. Not the ideal setting for lunch but eye opening for sure. So it was goodbye to the children and on to old Delhi for some more exploring. By this time the traffic jams were at their ...
... with us back in New Delhi. I was pretty frightened at this point, the taxi driver told us to get back in the taxi saying "bad men, bad men, shut the windows!". He took us straight back to the hotel, thank god he was there to help us. Lesson learned! The last day was spent planning our trip to Jaipur and booking our trains and hotels. We also spent some time walking around New Delhi, it's so crazy here. They say that New York is the city that ...