The Amber - New Delhi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews The Amber - New Delhi
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... and sleep until she called in to meet us. We had not eaten for hours so she very kindly arranged for us to have lunch at the canteen. The usual Indian dishes of Dahl, rice, aloo Gobi and a vegetable curry were served, but this time in trays. The food was actually really delicious and just what we needed to combat the prior stresses we had all experienced. Amazingly it cost just 70p each!!
It was back to the apartment to recuperate some more and ...
... bags as these cars really aren't to high and the bags easily reachable. Still tho we was making reasonable time to make the 17.55 train that was until we hit gridlock and I mean solid gridlock. Some sort of accident had happened up ahead and in Delhi this means you turn around and go another way. However in Delhi that means any sort of road rules they may have no longer apply in anyway what so ever so long as you turn around. So we was attempting to turn around along ...
... outskirts of Delhi, ancient Muslim ruins and tombs and a huge minaret dating from the twelfth century; the Bahai "Lotus" Temple; Hamayun's Tomb, a virtual mini Taj Mahal, the perfectly proportioned 16th century mausoleum of Emperor Hamayun; and Raj Ghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi at the site of his cremation ceremony after his assassination.
Our driver's then told us the day was over as sunset approached, but I felt ...
I decided to leave in October when the rainy season is over and before peak tourist season. I applied for a visa at the end of July and was issued a six-month, multiple-entry tourist visa. With my passport and visa in hand, I then booked my flight on Air India from New York (JFK) to Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi (DEL).
My flight leaves at 3:10 pm EDT this afternoon. The flight will be a little over 14 hours, arriving in ...
... his girlfriend Saduko and headed towards what seemed like a hipster gentrified area of the city that had turned into bars, restaurants, and little boutique shops. We took a quick lap around, admiring some of the graffiti murals, then sat down at a nice Indian restaurant. Sanjay gave us a lesson on Indian food, so I ordered a mixed plate to try all sorts of different things. I started sweating from ...