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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from this place forever. Today in Delhi near the end of my journey in India I’ve started thinking how this country is similar to Brazil. A vast country, rich in natural resources, which still has unspoiled beauty and preserve assets so carefully, that strongly resists keep their ancestral cultures and philosophies in the midst of so much poverty and so huge social and economic differences. And the way these people face the most essential problems of lives with a big ...
... breakfast. It is, he said, a very ribald and entertaining novel about this incredible city in which I now find myself. It is indeed an entertaining book and I found myself 3 chapters in before I realized I have other things to do this morning.
But I'm getting ahead of myself.
I last wrote sitting in the Senator lounge in Frankfurt on a foggy fall day in Germany. Indeed the fog was so thick that airport operations were affected and my flight was an hour and ...
... and never thought I would be able to see them in-person!!!!
As we got through the last gate, everyone was jockeying for a place to get their picture taken. Our guide was expert at moving people for us to get a good spot!! I grabbed a few good shots and started to walk to the Taj Mahl! We had only been out of the car for a half hour and my shirt was already soaked. Before we went into the Taj, our guide gave us some history. Shah Jahan loved his ...
... and bustling IT houses. It boasts of stunning terrain, different from Mumbai’s but equally captivating. Perhaps, that’s why traveling from Mumbai to Pune by a cab is such an exhilarating experience! It validates the popular saying that sometimes, journey is better than the destination.
Believe me! I wouldn’t be saying this if I hadn’t traveled the cities before. You can ...
... like you've been here awhile.
It takes a night to get used to some of the differences--drivers drive you everywhere, cooks do the cooking, housekeepers do the housekeeping. It's a good living for them. And, they're seemingly happy to do their job. You never really know, but they take pride in what they do.
I got here late the first night, so I had a granola bar and tried to go back to sleep after having slept 13 hours straight on ...