The Earl's Court
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of The Earl's Court
TripAdvisor Reviews The Earl's Court Nainital
Travel Blogs from Nainital
Anand Vihar is a huge conglomeration of transport facilities on the outskirts of Delhi. The main 6-lane motorway passes by overhead railway flyovers and multiple bus and coach stations before performing the remarkable feat of simply turning back on itself and taking you back from whence you came down the opposite carriageway. There is, of course, nowhere to park or stop, and it seems as if one is to be condemned to drive back and forth along the motorway for ever. ...
... UN has been here over 60 years and so many other NGO’s. No problem if something good comes out of it. The thing is that the Nepali have no sense of responsibility when something is given. Money received and lost from one foreigner (or foreign organisation) can be replaced again by another. It is not MY responsibility. Of course this does not count for all people, but so it seems many. It seems to go wrong from the start. Kids as young as 1,5 start begging ...
... can shoot air-rifles, play on bumper cars, shoot air rifles, go on go-carts, shoot air-rifles, ride a flying fox... Did i mention shoot air-rifles? I however preferred the adults' 'play area' next to the lake, with the Naina Devi Temple as backdrop: the only flat open area in the town is devoted to sports. On our first morning here we sat, eating our stall-bought omelette sandwiches, watching a game of cricket -- the men ...
... people walking around with posh British people. We saw Rikii and DJ that night and went out for a few drinks which was also very nice. Trying to get back was a bit of a nightmare, both of us in the back of a tuk tuk at1am with a driver that had no idea where we wanted to go. unfortunately for us he decided to tell us he didn't know where to go In the middle of no-where with no one to ask. Thank god for google maps and 3G! The next day I spoke to mum on whatsapp to let her know ...
Today we got off to a slow start - morning on the Ganges, a look at a Jain temple, then onto the road for what should have been a relatively easy drive. We got caught at a number of train crossings, in one political rally in a city, and got dead-ended at an unfinished bridge, so arrived in Corbett National Park at sunset. Just a few pictures from the road ...