- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we ventured once more onto the metro to get to the Red Fort that was shut when we were last in Delhi. Built by the Moguls it is a vast red sandstone walled citadel with wonderful white marbled pavilions inside gardens and some later brick barracks built by the British that have only recently been left by the Indian army. they look quite sad but the whole complex is being renovated.We had arranged to meet Sangeeta,a cousin of ...
... Baksheesh, Baksheesh", the ...
... viewing Agra and the Taj it was a great atmosphere of welcome to incredible India. We did not realise at this point that it is the beginning of a Muslim festival and the music would not stop all night long. It was so loud the windows shock in our room and they were not lying it went on all night. We also did not realise at this point that the music which continued for our entire stay would slowely drive us totally insane. As it got later and later it seemed strange that no ...
... 000 Indian soldiers who died in World War I, in "France and Flanders, Mesopotamia, and Persia, East Africa, Gallipoli and elsewhere in the near and the far-east", between 1914–19, are inscribed on the memorial arch. In addition, the war memorial bears the names of some 12,516 Indian soldiers who died while serving in "India or the North-west Frontier and during the Third Afghan War". By mid day ...
... it to Will's place. His wife is lovely and had a whole spread of food for us--chicken tikka, chili chicken, and a pasta dish (I know, what, pasta?!?!). Even the potato chips are delicious in India. I think they put masala on them. We had food,drinks, music, dancing, drinks, music, dance offs (see videos), and the night ended with more food. Dudes here are the ones who have dance offs, well until I asked to join. There ...