The Royale Park

Address: G - 43, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on G - 43, Noida, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and Atta Market.
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          Travel Blogs from Noida

          New tour starts today

          A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Feb 07, 2015

          ... another traveller. An early start tomorrow as we have a 6 hour bus journey to Jaipur. Whilst we were eating the TV in the restaurant had the election exit polls and it looks like the anti corruption party has a small lead over the bjp(the national government party) with the Indian congress party far far behind. Mr Gandhi would be turning in his grave if only his ashes hadn't been ...


          A travel blog entry by clbrad on Aug 02, 2014

          4 photos

          ... moving lane. Swapping lanes rarely seems to change my predicament and anything from total dismay to extreme road rage soon sets in. In Delhi however they have come up with a solution. Simply drive in both lanes until the correct decision is obvious, then barge your way in whether there's already three rows of traffic to that one lane or not. My taxi driver seemed particularly skilled. But somehow, and with the help of almost constant use of the horn, ...

          India to Nepal - Part 2

          A travel blog entry by clearyf on Jan 05, 2014

          25 photos

          ... you first enter the gate into a square and from here you pass through to the garden area containing the Taj. Everything is perfect alignment, and what's on one side of the garden is exactly the same on the other. The Taj is stunning and much bigger than I expected. The white marble is from India but the black stone used for the inscriptions comes from Europe. The inscriptions themselves get larger as they go up the walls, so that if someone is standing looking at them, they appear ...

          First time on an Indian train!

          A travel blog entry by mbseb on Mar 12, 2013

          2 comments, 3 photos

          We have booked tickets with help from a tourist agency. First stop is Udaipur, then to Pushkar, then Jaipur and then Agra is our last stop before we head down south to Kerala. We've been driving around Delhi today. Had a driver all day from the agency that drove us to wherever we'd like. We stopped at the .... But after that we agreed that we both were kind of tired of going to all the different tourist places around. We ...

          Impressions of Delhi

          A travel blog entry by wonderer on Feb 14, 2013

          2 photos

          ... around it that prevents all those near-misses from turning into crashes!

          A note on the honking. Eventually we realized that there was some method to it. You honk when you're passing or when you want to pass. You honk when somebody ahead of you is in a slower vehicle. You honk when you're driving past a pedestrian who's trying to cross. You honk when somebody does something unexpected. You honk when there's a traffic jam. And so on. ...