The Wall Street - A Business Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to stop numerous times for her to cool down. We changed our destination to Jaipur as it was closer and limped into town without blowing the motor completely. After looking for our hotel for about half an hour and seeing the temperature gauge max out, we called the hotel and they sent a driver in a tuk tuk to pick us up. I felt bad leaving Vijay there with the hood up but we were of no use to him and he had the fan belt issue sorted by morning. Our tuk tuk driver Shakeer took us ...
... oxen/horses/cows puling carts, bikes, rickshaws, tractors, and pedestrians. I was shocked not to see any accidents on the way here. Another note about transportation- people actually hang off the sides and out the doors of buses- and I thought my commute in Seoul was bad.
Needless to say, we stay off the public buses and stick with the auto trishaws- they are cheap and kind of fun, too (we should use ...
... br> Green Chilli
Met Aussie Alice (just arrived and heading to northern India for medical volunteering stint) and introduced her to my now personal favourite eatery - Green Chilli, in Paharganj. The bbq chicken skewers charred with yoghurt and masala, washed down perfectly with Kingfisher strong lager. We even had the excellent company of Ahmed (boss of Green Chilli and Le Benz hotel) as we made merry into the wee hours of the foggy ...
... Red Fort, as we pass through the gate I have a huge wave of emotion flow through my body. I am not sure if its vast 70 ft high walls circuiting a mile and half or the fact that I am entering history of 400 years ago which was built by Akbar in 1566. It took 8 years with 4000 men to build this massive expanse. I will become a fan of Akbar's over the next couple of days as he seemed a fair ruler with extreme religious tolerance compared to our times.
... he merely proceeded to contort his face and sigh loudly, presumably this was how he made sense of the address. After a few minutes of this we were eventually on our way and I assumed the ‘penny must have dropped’ and he'd figured out where it was. I did toy with pulling out the mapped screen shot on my iPad but thought better of it!
Unfortunately as we rolled upto ‘Karol Bagh’, the district of Delhi where I was to be staying, ...