The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences
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... br> Basically we were supposed to be picked up from the airport by our hotel but when we failed to see any name cards resembling Mr & Mrs Smith (I mean come on, can our name be any easier?) we called the hotel who told us they had cancelled our booking because a large party had turned up and needed the rooms more than we did.
Hold on Indian chap....SAY WHAT?!
So an hour later we ...
... archeological treasures that have been recovered and put back to their original state. It covers a large area of beautiful greenery with a paved way to walk around and marvel at the exquisite limestone buildings which are pieces of art in themselves. The detail of each building is extraordinary and so amazing to look at. I love the colours used, lots of off white mixed with deep reds, burnt oranges, bronzes and royal gold. I definitely took way too ...
... t even that big of a deal that when we finally got our luggage in New Delhi we immediately saw that Trent's pack had been opened and that his toiletries had been gone through. The person who took his one panadol and one melanin tablet - for enhanced quality of sleep - must be really kicking themselves that they overlooked his Ritalin and Concerta. All I can say is I'm thankful we've agreed that from now on his "special ...
... runs. Fascinating, even got some wheel slip going.
Finishing there, we were on our way to Chennai airport to go to Delhi. Ian gave a choice:
Straight to the hotel for lunch
Pick up a suburban train to Chennai, view the central station there and then on to the hotel
Three of us chose the latter and enjoyed the little trip. We walked to the nearest station, got tickets and ...
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