The Wall Street - A Business Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... other. We went to lunch at the turban museum which was a cool spot with the same little head from the secret Santa all over the tables. I had a good meal with the best garlic onion naan yet! When we left we had the option of going got to the hotel or a jewellery place and I opted to see the educational presentation but not buy anything. Too bad it was about 30 seconds about making the jewellery and then buying time. I think I looked like enough of a hobo who didn't ...
... us to show the temple and tell the story. Sweetness of that boy, the Indian with most flawless English that I heard since I arrived in India. Served tea and bananas for us. We could sat quiet and chatted. Could see local people preparing meals and observe the faithful. Without that 375 000 people approaching us. They were there, following their lives normally. How I love watching quietly. And in the end, I felt heart a desire to help the boy, who said wanted to study ...
... job placements. It is such a great iniative for the children of Delhi, but unfortunately there is still a long way to go.. It is estimated that 400 000 children live and work on the streets of Delhi. In most cases, their families are too poor to provide for them, they have run ...
Wedding functions have started and this day day we all went to the bride's place late at night to announce to them that celebrations have started. Obviously another drunken night ensued....
After this night, it is a blur. We drank and ate every night and enjoyed a well planned and executed wedding.
... followed by the Jantar Mantar,Hawa mahal and the Gobind(Krishna) temple which is believed to have a rich past. Audio guides are available at these locations to make it easy for foreign visitors who do not want to go through the hassle of hiring a guide.
The most fascinating part of my city tour however was the long walk through the colourful narrow roads with shops all around selling Rajasthani handicrafts, dresses and shoes. On asking I was ...