Plaza Solitaire Hotel
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... made up of high cusped arches and marble domes"
The Safdarjung tomb has four key features which are: The Charbagh garden plan with the mausoleum at the center, a ninefold floor plan, five part fašade and a large podium with a hidden ...
... guide! This should be interesting especially in a country like this one where females are regarded differently. Only time will say.
As for the group, 12 people of all walks of life with ages varying from the late twenties to the middle seventies. Interesting bunch of people made up of 6 Australians, ...
... fiscal harmony. In the case of parcels for England, the blokes in the newspaper stand were the appointed "official" wrapping squad.
To our alarm their first action was to rummage around by the dustbins to find a suitable box for our booty. The first few boxes they tried were rather damp and smelly. This could have been caused by the rear of the stand being used as a casual toilet for the locals! In fact even as we were discussing our situation, one chap was ...
... also nice. Then we decided for some stupid reason to walk to Humagun Tomb which was far and we gave up and got a tuk tuk but were only a km away at that point. I was now incredible hungry which was making me grumpy and for the first time ever in India there seemed to be no food anywhere. Given the hunger situation I found the tomb ok, rushed around a little and well it was much like many of the other tombs we have seen. Finally it was back to the metro. We needed to by some ...
When we get up a mist is hanging over Neemrama but this soon clears with the heat from the sun. We find our way back down to the dining room for breakfast. It is easier in daylight. There are lots of Indian families there. These are well off people who speak English amongst themselves as their first language in that wonderfully posh Indian accent that is so distinctive.
Then we spend the morning on our balcony before checking out to go to Delhi. We are not actually going ...