The Maple Leaf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... We also had to remove our shoes, walking the mosque barefoot after we had bathed them upon entry. We left our footwear with the "shoe minder" at the entryway, and then had to pay a small fee for him insuring that no one stole them. All in all, it was a bit of a bizarre experience as an outsider going into an active mosque with people praying around you to their God. It'd be like Indian tourists walking thru our churches at home while we worshiped. But that being said, it ...
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... I can say we've seen a bit of India now. Mostly though it feels like most of India has seen us. I can't believe how fascinated people are by us - it takes forever to see anything as everyone wants a photo with us. There's no accounting for taste. We've just been for our first potentially dubious meal (by that I mean outside of a 5* hotel). It was amazing but I guess only time will tell.... Wish me ...
... the top 40 songs that we would hear in Canada. Jerra was in heaven. :) We read, blogged, watched some Australian chef shows, contacted home and enjoyed reliable wifi and a warm shower. Tomorrow we will venture out and see Delhi. Home is but 3 sleeps ...
... along with us, we are welcomed by a lovely Indian girl with a cool towel and a smudge for our foreheads, when I asked what the smudge represented, she said "good luck"!, hmm, we could have done with the smudge earlier in the day. Perhaps I could trade my smudge for a drink? We checked in and met with our real guide, Ali who proceeded to take great care of us and impressed us with his knowledge of the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. We toured the Red Fort for the remainder of the day ...