Comfort Inn Anneha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... blog drinking my Darjeeling tea made with a tea bag and steamed milk! We then played a game of six-handed euchre to pass the time. (Wendy and Paul have left us to return to Mexico). Vickie, Paul and Ann beat John, Sally and me. At 9 pm we finally went through the security check and into the main departure area with duty-free stores, restaurants, bars and lounges. Only another 4 1/2 hours to ...
... that. So we go to the station and I am trying to stay positive...as we get to our compartment the couple from the hotel were our companions! Hils says I was smiling like a Cheshire Cat. We all got a good nights sleep. Hils took the top bunk and I the bottom. Even ventured to the toilet in the middle of the night. This train was much nicer. The official came around and this time 50rs but with ...
Our first stop in India was Chennai where we planned to spend the night at the airport until our flight the next morning at 8.25. However, when we stepped out into the heat and walked towards the domestic terminal we were informed that we weren't allowed into the airport until two hours before our flight - giving us the option to sit and wait on chairs outside the airport or to book a hotel room. The girls were fine to stay outside the airport for our 12 ...
... Although we do get a little tired of everyone trying to help us find the best place to shop or give us a deal. I don't want to be suspicious of everyone thinking they are out to rip us off or working on commission but it's hard not to be cynical at times of all the helpfulness. We both are doing our best to look on them as meaning well but we also intend to steer our own course the next few ...
... Hazrat Nizam-ud-din Dargah - a beautiful Islamic shrine where the Sufis sing qawwali after sunset prayers every Thursday. We weren't lucky enough to catch the singing, but we found our way there through the tangle of alleys at sunset and sat on the ground just watching the goings-on around us. The air was thick with incense and it was a peaceful reprieve from Delhi and its mayhem. At 6am on Saturday morning we farewelled Delhi and got on a train - Agra, here we come! ...