Westin Sohna Resort and Spa
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... were also 3 political marches too for the big local elections on Saturday. Eventually we arrived at the curry house and had a delicious meal.We took another rickshaw to the local metro but this time we had no problems. It is a bit daunting using the metro as you are body searched each time,male and females in different lines with bags checked like in airports. When we changed trains at Connaught place we had to queue to get on the ...
... and mayhem of games day. We enquired about the ski slope situated in front of the stadium to give David his first try on skis, but at £16 each it was too much when we only had an hour.
Next, the metro took us close to the Houhai area. This was an older part of town, similar to the area of our hotel with many alleyways. Rickshaw tours were popular there, but it would feel funny to pay someone else to cycle us about. We opted for foot and blooming nora, we were glad we did. ...
... setting up their merchandise. At the top I had to pay a for a foreigner ticket, really only 5 bucks but more than 5 times the price as for locals. I did get a fancy unesco world heritage site ticket though for the memory book. At the ticket office I asked about the free guide and they said he wouldn't be here for 15 minutes so I wandered and returned. Then they deflected even more and ended up giving me a free pamphlet of information I think so I would leave them ...
... down darkened paths, with the odd floodlit building. Finally I found the benches where a few hundred people awaited the show. The show was disappointing in that it was much more sound than light. It did give a good account of the Moghul rulers (descended it is said from Gengis Khan), a bit on the British, and a stirring account of the road to Independence. At that point people stood up and started singing and I quickly jumped to my feet for the Indian ...
... or horribly disfigured person; sometimes both.
It seems like everyone that you explain your travel plans to has a perfect place for you to visit, and it's always a 24 hour bus ride out of your way.
Nobody is ever just happy to hear where you are going.
"No sir, don't go there, you must see here! This is the real jewel of India!" Only everywhere is the jewel of somewhere depending on who you are talking to. I'm sure Sheffield is the jewel of... OK, maybe ...