The Royale Park

Address: G-43, Sector-6, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201301, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on G-43, Sector-6, Noida, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and Atta Market.
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Travel Blogs from Noida

House Hunting

A travel blog entry by alidaghussein on Aug 18, 2014


... to house hunting....Delhi is such a huge and ever growing city, there are oodles of places you could possibly stay but I needed somewhere safe/accessible and cheap!!! So off searching I go thank god for for the WWW, I figure South Delhi is a posh locality in the City and I arrange some viewings in South Delhi - nice area you can smell the money there, you can tell by the houses you see, the cars that drive by and just generally the cleanliness of the area. However it ...

Delhi Sights, Bites and Fights

A travel blog entry by michaelandre on Aug 03, 2014

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... our guide Farheen had a spectacular screaming match with our rickshaw drivers. At the beginning of the trip, she agreed to pay them 10x the rate that they would charge a native Indian to take us around Chandi Chowk. Each time we stopped, they insisted that they wanted more money. The situation escalated until we finally ended up getting out of the rickshaws mid ride. The shouting match that ensued was monumental! A huge ...

Delhi, Amritsar and Rishikesh

A travel blog entry by richardandemily on Oct 21, 2013

77 photos

... to Haridwar where we quickly jumped in a cab and carried on to Rishikesh. We were quite excited about this train trip as our ticket read 'FC’ which we foolishly interpreted as First Class. We were quite disappointed when we realised that FC wasn’t the travelling experience we were expecting. Unlike our previous sleeper train (2A class and comparative luxury) We were not supplied with any bedding, just a cabin with two hard leather ...

Day 9 - Victory in Noida

A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Feb 25, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... and can only manage 2 overs. After a disputed slips catch we start to take to take wickets regularly. The opposition middle order is not so strong. Sherro bowls well to claim 3 wickets. The lower middle order with Yogi and a young kid retrieve the situation for the Indians and start to score more freely. Chopper can’t bowl after hurting a calf and the Duke adds a hamstring strain to go with his earlier groin strain. I hurt my groin third ...

People people and more people

A travel blog entry by alisonoudman on Jan 25, 2013

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... scrumptious lunch of curry we headed on our next adventure, the New Delhi train station! We found all the missing people from the streets! It felt like everyone was trying to catch a train. The first train we saw was the stereotypical Indian train with people packed in and hanging off the side. I didn't know how I was going to be able to handle taking the train at that point! Luckily that was sleeper class and we were in two their which meant we had our own seats. Our ...