Comfort Inn Anneha
Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... the way of those trying to break out of their castes. Earn a pittance indefinitely, or risk everything for a marginal increase in income. I'll admit that the cities are emotionally taxing. That's why you don't spend weeks there. We chose Goa as our first retreat from the chaos. We were joined by two of the best people we could have asked for. If you're looking at entertainment value, it's doesn't come better than the duo of Mike Varney and Melissa Armstrong. What goes on tour stays ...
... time and we're starving since missed lunch. Back at our hotel Bloom Rooms we had a quick refresh and regrouped to catch our last dinner in New Delhi just down the street at Vagabond, the second time for me. Dinner didn't disappoint once again and we had fun conversation and food. By now we're all dog tired, I'm still adjusting to time change, and walked a bit more to watch Diwali. Our first full day together and it promises to be a fun adventure for all of ...
... I spent over an hour in there go through the amazing textiles department. I snapped a couple of pictures of the beautiful things, most of which were out of my price range.
Elena showed up and we went back to the state of Maharshta store called Marhati. Elena was just as impressed with the fabrics there, and bought several more pieces to make shirts with. We tried a couple of other stores, but didn’t find anything we couldn’t live without.
... No, you weren't busier than Jaipur. No, you weren't smellier or dirtier than Varanasi. No, you didn't make us feel unsafe once, even when making the 20 minute walk back to our hotel at gone midnight. In fact, you probably had some of the cleanest streets we've seen on our whole trip so far. You have a way of looking at things that was much more forward-thinking than anywhere else, and we came across many more liberal and educated people than we had done across the whole of ...
Crarpy night sleep, blame it on the jet lag but it couldve been was seemed like a dog getting murdered outside that kept us awake. Anyway, for a free breakfast you can't complain, even if was the interesting choice of an omlette sandwich. Went downstairs to meet our driver for the next 12 days, due to my short attention span and fumbling around with a cigarette I forget the guys named, but there's a handily place sticker on the back winderscreen saying Mr Singh so ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking