Heritage Village Resort & Spa Manesar

NH 8,Gurgaon, Manesar, Manesar, Haryana, 122050, India | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on NH 8,Gurgaon, Manesar, Manesar.
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    Travel Blogs from Manesar

    Overnight luxury in boom town

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 18, 2011

    We have an overnight stay at the Heritage Village Resort and Spa in Manesar before flying south to Goa.

    The heavy traffic on NH8 made the relatively short distance from airport to hotel a lengthy journey. Our sightseeing schedule changes down a gear and we can begin to relax and enjoy a slower pace. Driving into the hotel first impressions …

    Day Eighteen – Sights of Delhi

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... and were checked one more time! I should have liked the frisking - Kim doesn't even touch me this much!!!!! Since I had a lot of electronics, camera and tablet, I had to empty my bag and turn each piece of equipment on.

    Once we were finished with all of that, a security person came over and asked me to go outside and identify our bags! The bags were all laying on the tarmac and I had to find each one and show the sticker on my boarding pass to ...

    Taj Taj Taj tourists

    A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 10, 2014

    ... Fatehpur Sikri 40 km from Agra so decided to take a look. Being stingey we chose the local bus despite being warned not to. It was 40 rupee compared to 550 for the tourist bus, that's just crazy! It wasn't too bad. Yes the seats were as ***********crete and we were the only white people/ girls but after weighing up the risks we thought it was worth it. I know I have complained before about the horns and maniac driving but the driver of this bus just took it to ...

    Walk like an Indian!

    A travel blog entry by roamsweetroam on Mar 13, 2014

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    I've decided the way to survive here is to be overly confident! You have to act like you know what you're doing - and you can generally do it. For instance, we mastered the metro yesterday. A daunting and possibly quite ambitious task, but with all this false confidence we had, we were pros. They have a separate carriage for girls which is quite nice as the men can be quite overly friendly, or creepy. I'm sure you can imagine! When we first arrived here we met two ...

    Didi

    A travel blog entry by kiki13 on Jan 19, 2014

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    ... new volunteers that have arrived. There are people from Australia, England, and Canada and for awhile we sit around and compare stories of what has brought us on this adventure. The electricity goes out, which is a common occurance in India, and we share dinner by candlight on the roof. Afterwards we play cards until one by one we each decide it is time for bed..worlds are uniting by the magic that is ...