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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... few hours there, walked around the parks and watched the sun set which was beautiful! There was loads of monkeys which we loved! And we made sure we took plenty of photos because after all you don't see one of the seven wonders of the world many times in your life! When we got back to Delhi we were so happy to see Rijesh waiting for us because we were so tried and so ready for bed! I'm so glad that the day ended up being so perfect, the journey and 4 am wake up was do worth ...
... I honestly couldn't tell you what I thought about it. I rattled along in the back of a rickshaw with my hand clamped over my mouth and wanted to die. After the horror of Friends Paying Guesthouse we decided to spend a bit more money on a hotel. At least the toilet flushed, and the bed was kind of plush, but the room was obscenely stuffy, and the bathroom reeked in a strange, chemically way. We watched the strange selection of ...
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... people and is 1/4 the size. Our first journey was by metro, and although it was very busy, and people seem to not have a system in which they organize themselves to get on and off trains (they just push, a lot, always, both ways) it was easy peasy. Our hotel was in a middle class residential hood called Karol Bagh. Our hoteliers were chummy. There was cold beer. We had a tv, hot water, 3 normal beds, and felt pretty ...