How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Trinity Residency
TripAdvisor Reviews Trinity Residency Gurgaon
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... the road, inching up to within a centimetre of the vehicle in front as well as squeezing into amazingly narrow gaps, thereby allowing at least five vehicles abreast to utilise a three-lane highway simultaneously. The problem comes when other vehicles, rickshaws or cattle choose to adopt a tactic of contraflow. Even then, the Indian driver obligingly slows to allow oncoming vehicles to weave their way through the main stream of traffic. This allows groups of pedestrians also to make use of ...
... has you doubting. (Our poor tour guide this morning tried to help a foreign couple and they brushed him off thinking he was going to hassle them.) So you're constantly weary, doubtful, telling people 'no thank you' (politely) (except for one time when it got too much and I had to get all teacher on his ass...) or bargaining them down (because you're told to) when it's only a couple dollars to us in the whole scheme of life and you're left feeling ...
... I did not need any reason to go to India; Once there all my reasons suddenly came out from within. Right now with an Ayurvedic SPA I pretend to relax the muscles of my body after days of pushing it to its limits. Delhi's sun today once again is targeting my eyes and rubbing my skin. It is still the splendid spectacle that didn't fit my head and blew my senses up the first day I felt her. Today, I feel almost part of ...
... lay ahead for us. India is a country that has fascinated me for many years and we would not have been able to experience India like we did if not for Carol and Gren who ultimately selected us to care for their lovely Lilly who quickly had us under her paw within minutes. Those eyes, that beard, we were both smitten. While Barry never had the same fascination as I with India, but being a "game" partner and subscribing to the belief "happy wife, happy life", he happened across across ...
... of an hour and a half, a peculiar artifact I had experienced before on work related calls, but had subsequently forgotten about.
The curvature of the earth makes it difficult to see from one end of the Delhi airport to the other, but thanks to the moving sidewalks we got there eventually. We got through customs, found our driver, and had our first taste of driving on Indian roads, which was not as bad as I had anticipated. Yes, it was busy and chaotic, but ...