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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seeing tomorrow in our tour of the city.
Summary of today:
... people huddled together. At least it's not freezing cold, like at 3200m camp sites with a 2.5 season sleeping bag! There appears to be a method to the madness when walking down any street. It appears as mindless, disorganised chaos, but in fact no one is in any great hurry, and unless you do something really unpredictable, the traffic simply goes around. I only had one close call with a rickshaw and he stopped before he ran me over (thankfully). The locals paid no ...
... up to the Bagh the main street was full of vehicles and people. As a group we got lots of stares, I guess the locals don't see a huge number of Western people. There were shops selling an array of things - shoes. sweets, food, swords (!) and a barbers in a rundown building. Collecting plastic seemed to be a big industry as plenty of people wearing baling it up.
When we entered the Bagh the noise outside receded and it ...
... a British Airways flight. It is one of their older Boeing 747's so we have a seat in the upper level deck. Only myself and Kathleen on one side so no danger of another Curious Incident of the Leg in the Night, I'm pleased to find.
However we have drawn the short straw again and there is a couple in the two seats opposite with a two year old toddler. Its the middle of the night so he soon settles down and is no bother. But of course he doesn't take account of the ...
We had arranged to spend 2 extra nights in Delhi to enable us to have time with our niece and her wonderful family in Gurgaon.
After we checked into the Radisson Blu we contacted them that we were there, the response was "we are on our way". Unfortunately, I neglected to tell my niece that there we were at the Radisson in Dwarda and not Gurgaon. OOPS!
After a bit of time they arrived and greetings were ...