The Acura BMK
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... view of the landscapes outside, like watching an old analogue TV with bad reception.
We had booked this journey three weeks earlier, from the ticket kiosk at Udaipur station in Rajasthan. The painted sign on the glass booth said that it was for serving "Foreigners, Women Travelling by Self and Freedom Fighters", and at the time it seemed like the best way for us to return to Delhi for our flight home. We hadn't ridden Indian trains at this point, although we ...
... revert to some place we've ever been, someone from the past, or some situation that already live, as India made me remember my country and Rishikesh made me feel at home. But if all that bothers me was different as well, so wouldn’t be the "Incredible India". And if I always experience something new and try to find it in the past, is like throw away in the mountains of waste the most precious learning I've had here, in spite of being the most difficult step in the evolution ...
... with a million choices). By the end, we were so tired, dirty, sweaty and just wanted to go for dinner and then back to our hotel. We'd read in the Lonely Planet guide, about a place called Little Italy and decided to keep with the western food today and have pizza. It was delicious!
Salim left us there, as he had a job to go to, and said to just get a tuk tuk back to the hotel as it was only a few minutes away. Luke, in his infinite wisdom, said "Let's just walk back". ...
... try, so we trekked off to The Wine Company.
Cyber Hub is a business center that has its own private metro rail! The place is really worth a visit when in Gurgaon. I know I am looking forward to going back!
I am sure if you did a search on the internet you would be able to find it.
The atmosphere was nice, and the food very tasty. My taste buds wanted some grilled prawns, and so that is what I ...
... chestnuts and open fires?
As he merrily scratched along my gum line, Doc asked me questions about our plans during our stay in India. Inquiring about patients’ personal lives with their hands jammed inside the mouths of said patients must be an international dental industry standard. With each barely comprehensible garble of a destination on our agenda, our dentist responded with “my cousin can arrange something nice for you there” and “I ...