The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences
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... a building department but no enforcement! Health and safety is virtually non-existant. "Construction workers" wearing no steel toe boots but ibarefoot; not ppe nine whatsoever. I did see workers working in the Metro Line with hard hats and safety vests and wearing safety harness but again no steel toe boots. I further question the quality control of the work progressing. For instance on the metro link project, a large sign showed the ...
... in, day out, 27 at night so no respite!), you then get dust settling in and even with the doors closed there's dust everywhere....so the flat had not been lived in for 2 months and all promises for ensuring it was cleaned before moving in were not fulfilled....so cleaning was the first step, the second and more painful one was/is waking up at 5am to switch the motor on to wait for water to come t the designated time of 5am! It ...
... our first monsoon! The rain came down in buckets. Humayun's tomb, which was the precursor to the Taj Mahal, was built in the 16th century. Upon leaving Humayun's tomb and attempting to go to the Lotus tomb, we got caught up in a huge traffic jam, so diverted to the India Gate, which is a war memorial to Indian soldiers of World War I. After the India Gate we saw Rashtrapati Bhawan, which is the home of the President of ...
... lived in the place. Some are very small, so you could expect some to have been very young. Udaipur - The City on the Lakes also know as India's most romantic city. This place was beautiful and finally starting to see greenery again. Certainly more tourist orientated and more things to do. On our first night we went to see some traditional Rajistani dancing and puppet show, was really good to watch. The women wore very colourful Sarai's and loads of bling. We had some dancing with ...
We picked our Self Drive Innova from T3 terminal in Delhi and left for Jaipur at about 10 AM . The NH8 highway connecting Delhi to Jaipur is in a bad condition with all the 6 laning of the highway , but we were lucky not to find much traffic as we were travelling on a working day .
An hour into the journey we stopped at Old Rao Dhaba and had our breakfast . After stuffing ourselves with all the Paranthe and some Tea we continued with our journey ...