Hotel Alpine Tree

A-65, Mahipalpur, National Highway-08, near Indira Ghandhi International Airport, near Indira Ghandh
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good decent but cheap accomodation

by sandeepsrivastava

HI,
I am planning to go for a meeting at the Moulana Azad medical college in the 1st week of Dec'07. I have been away from India for quite a while.I'd like information about some good, decent hotels in the range of around Rs.1000/night which are close to the medical college and some good shopping areas( i guess like karol bagh!).I will very much appreciate the info.
Thanks
Sandeep

Re: good decent but cheap accomodation

by balramdass

Hi Sandeep
Connaught place is quite good for shopping as well.
Krohl bagh is good too.
Try desiya.com for cheap accomodation

Balram

Re: good decent but cheap accomodation

by mmsethis

Try Western Extension Area also known as WEA. The place is full of small hotels all four floors hotels.It is adjacant to Karol Bagh. The place is full of hotels and bargaining is the rule of the day. Avoid agents, they hike up the rates and get 10% commission on the total bill

Travel Tips for Delhi

Jami Masjid

by SirRichard

JAMI MASJID MOSQUE
In the center of old muslim Delhi, this mosque is brightly decorated in red and white. It has a magnificient square front patio, where more than 25.000 persons can sit and pray.
Built by Shah Jahan, the Moghul emperor who also built the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort. Jama Masjid is the largest mosques not only in Delhi but in India.

Greeting: Namastey, Hello, Hi....

by virattravels

Greeting: Namastey, Hello, Hi. Handshake is ok, no kissing unless you know who you are kissing!
Greeting Elders: Touch their feet and say 'namastey'. You may win an old lady's heart ;)
Sardars: Dont provoke a Sardar around 12 O' Clock. My wife (who is a Sardarni from father's side) warns that she should not be provoked at all, whether it is 12 or 5!
Jats: Dont ask him to multiply.
Biharis: They are all 'bhaiyas' (brothers).
Banias: A Bania is unlikely to have a stand, this way or the other unless money comes in hand.
Elephant headed pot-bellied idols: They are gods worshipped by some hindus.
Ash trayish artefacts with phallus like structure in between: It actually represents Lord Shiva's Phallus and some hindu's worship it in veneration of the life generating forces that it epitomizes.
Idol with Monkey face and athletic body: Another god worshipped by some hindus. Called as Hanuman, he devoted himself to Lord Ram's service.
Hindu: Etymology: From Indus of the Indus Valley Civilization fame.
One could believe in God and be a Hindu, one could be an atheist and be a Hindu. One could believe in Ram as an incarnation of God and be a Hindu, one could believe that Ram is just a lesson in history and be a Hindu.
Hinduism is more about an approach to life than rituals or any kind of spiritual hierarchy. Thus it is not covered by the dictionary definition of the word 'Religion'. I think I have already crossed limits for a section that is just supposed to be for 'Cultural Tips'!!

Delhi has some really really...

by Gurmeet

Delhi has some really really beautiful parks. They are green, they are maintained and they are good for relaxing your stressed out eyes....especially in the winters when the weather is pleasant. Amazingly, bird watchers will be very happy to find quite a few birds around. Some of the parks worth visiting are Nehru Park, Lodhi Garden, Buddha Gyanti park (here u will find many love-birds also). But a word of caution ...watch out for your belongings as some of the park are also infamous for monkeys and run-away boys.

New Delhi Railway Station

by Willettsworld

Like most train stations in India, New Delhi Station is a hive of activity with all sorts of comings and goings. Your best approach when coming to the station is to charge your way through the traffic and people outside. If you need to make reservation, head for the stairs to the left of the main area where the departure boards are located (I think its signposted anyway) and once on the first floor, the Foreign Tourist Reservation Office is directly opposite you. Inside, its a large air-conditioned room with people serving at desks around the back and comfy sofa's and other chairs dotted around the other areas. Simply take a reservation form which should be displayed by the pillars and fill it in and then wait for one of the desk staff to serve you. Simple and easy! The station itself is fairly large but not as large as I was expecting. The two trains that I took out of New Delhi both left from platform one which is the first one you come to.

DMRC

by husain

Delhi Merto rail Corporation or DMRC, plans to build multi storyed complexes with shops, restaurants, atm's etc, which will be integrated into the metro station area.
The metro has already started altering the real estate map of the city, with land prices around areas that get onto the metro map set to go spiralling upwards

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