Svelte Hotel and Personal Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSvelte Hotel and Personal Suites New Delhi
The room was excellent, with a small kitchette and 2 TVs. This is the most comfortable stay I had in India. The Staff are wonderful and service is excellent too.
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... they could jump onto the platform from the track. Granted one once jumped over the moon but I am not sure that story is entirely true. A man has come round selling coffee for 10 rupees from a thermos flask which has never seen the inside of a sink of washing up water so we politely refuse. I would have paid him an awful lot more not to drink it. So 4 1/2 hours in and with great reluctance I decide I have to go the the loo. A choice of 2 doors, one marked ...
... our hotel before we decided to potter around the shops in the bazaar. Some of the stuff on sale was very similr to that of the stuff in Japiur but we did find some good bric-a-brac in some of the shops including some door knobs and handles as well as some nice leather goods made form Camel hide! One shop sold loads of spices and some intriguing looking salt (it was black rock salt as well as the usual pink and white). They also sold loads of spices that have never ...
... 8220;What the ______?” , so I went in search of a lunch that would be easy on my stomach. I found spaghetti.
In India, the guest is God. The young man doing the cooking at the home stay always asks after serving in his very broken English, “Is it good? Do you like it? Is it good?” It is good and I tell him so, but ...
... for a drive, drove through a flood. Made our way to an artisan type market and stopped to see a couple temples from the outside - now I know what to see when I return. All in all it was a good day. Later I fell asleep in the car and Kaushik woke me in time to see an elephant riding down the road with traffic! My first live elephant on the street. It was incredible! Once back at the hotel I packed my bags, had a shower and went to sleep at a decent ...
... for a tip. However, it was what was going on outside the car that was the real roller coaster - cars darting in and out of impossibly small gaps, people riding decorated horses or walking on the same dirty, polluted road as what seemed like thousands of cars and bikes. There were marriage ceremonies, large temples, people fighting, people celebrating, and finally an area so scummy I wondered how anyone could possibly live there. And, of course, that was where the ...