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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Silver Oak Gurgaon
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... are going to try to make money off of me and for that reason, they will not allow bad things to happen to me. A tourist being hurt here is never good for business. Okay, at the very least he is honest. Would you mind showing me the room? I asked. A guy with one blind eye took out a key and we began the long ascend of stairs. It is on the third floor and I felt I have climbed 150 stairs or something. Finally the room was reached, shabby but could be worse. I was ...
... he kept arguing until I had to raise my voice and say if we don't do the original price we'll get out right now, I never had to be a hard ass like that before but he was trying to rip us off so obviously he thought we were clueless! Anyway, I think Delhi will be the hardest part of our trip, it's the capital after all and the rest of the places we are going is mostly for exploring nature and site seeing, not shopping. Tomorrow we leave for chennai at 6:30 am we're excited to see the ...
I thought we were just going for a six hour drive but even Mr Singh joined in with the BTGO programme when he insisted that we visited the Art school before we left Jaipur. As usual they were waiting for us and not another tourist in sight. A master artist had been summoned to attend, even though it was a Sunday. He was bit late so the guy in charge started the presentation (in a closed room with no escape) When the artist did finally arrive he ...
... out me to see if she could strike a bargain... :-)
There are a few eating places there as well, and I spotted a Tibetan place to get momos. I enjoyed them immensely!
On the Sunday the first order of business was to change hotels. We checked into the Suryaa and shortly thereafter headed to our niece's place. Time was spent relaxing, eating, enjoying time together, sharing memories and creating new ones. Our ...
... It's crazy seeing how amused and entertained they can be by listening to music or fighting for my phone to play temple run (cheers for the tip, Liam). The only negative thing about the orphanage is that it's made me realise how strange the education system is in India (it's harder to realise in the slum schools when there is no semblance of order). The children come home every day having worked out the answers to a test paper. Then you copy out the questions again for ...