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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Mayflower Gurgaon
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... the journey and its busier than the London Underground at rush hour no matter what time of day you take it - that is not a problem IT'S ONLY 30 RUPEES!!!
Armed with an Oyster card equivalent as buying a ticket can take literally 30 mins with the queues I start exploring the metro and its great defo my preferred method of travel in Delhi for convenience and knowing you are not getting ripped off because you are a tourist with MUG written on your face!!
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Well, this is being written from the plane on the way back to the UK, as you can see it says Belarus but it's still 35,000ft out of reach.
I was up and out of the hotel by 8.30 to leave Varanasi. I was very very sorry to say goodbye to the ghats, sadhus, travellers, the hotel and bustling street, but couldn't wait to get out of the minging lane.
The flight to Delhi was uneventful and Raju's boss Ajay had arranged a pick up for me because the hotel wanted ...
... India as what we experienced in old Delhi - crazy is an understatement. We made it to the station with plenty of time to spare and found our train at the platform half an hour before it was due to leave. We located our carriage and luckily for us we had a first class cabin to ourselves, especially lucky considering there were only two in the carriage! Before the train had pulled out of the station we heard an American female voice saying 'is this a joke' down the carriage. It turns ...
... A couple minutes later he chased me down in a rickshaw with some force in his voice.
Fine. I stopped and turned to him.
"I don't know why you ignore me, I am trying to help you. Where are you going?"
"Old Delhi Station."
"This rickshaw will take you for 150rp, please."
"It's okay, I'll walk."
I turned away. He raised his voice again. Now I was getting a bit ****** too.
"SIR. Excuse me. I know what happened to ...