Hotel C Park Inn

1042/15, Abdul Rahman Road, Naiwalan, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, Territory of Delhi, 110005, India
Hotel C Park Inn
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Saubhag homestay in South Delhi

by AlettaCrofton

Can anyone please give me a website address or an email address so that I can make a booking at this highly recommended hotel: Saubhag homestay in South Delhi? Thanks so much!

Re: Saubhag homestay in South Delhi

by laney52

Hi,I stayed here in March and highly recommend it.

Meera Daas is the name of the owner and the address is Saubhagbedandbreakfast@yahoo.com

Have a great time,I am busy planning my next trip.
Regards,Elaine

Travel Tips for New Delhi

See Foreigner, Charge More

by alcoholic29

Nearly every place I went, I was subjected to higher prices and had to haggle. The government sponsors this inexcusable behavior. They themselves charge foreigners more. Example: Taj Mahal: Indian .50 cents for entry, Foreigner, nearly $20. This government sponsored discrimination has rubbed off on everyone.

Whetever you buy a samosa, water, or take a rickshaw they will try to charge you a higher price. They will expects tips where an local Indian person would never tip. Even though we are talking about a few rupees which translate to pennies, I still tried to haggle with them and get the "Indian" price. I refuse to give in to their price gouging. You may say they do this at other countries and charge foreigners more. I'll agree to this but I've traveled a lot and I've never seen it worse than India.

Getting arround in New Delhi with auto rickshaw

by yadiyasin

Getting around New Delhi is best experienced using the auto rickshaw, they are cheap, fast and you get fresh (dusty) air. What is wonderful about public transportation in New Delhi is that, they are using CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) as their fuel, as part of the government effort to reduce pollution.
But before getting into this auto rickshaw, you better now the standard cost from point A to point B, as they know you are a tourist, the driver will charge you a lot. Its better that you tell the driver that you dont want to have them wait for you for your return trip, they will charge you for their waiting time.
Also dont get into the trap when the driver offer you to go in to a shop. You will end in a very expensive shop that targeted the tourist (that give a certain commision to the driver as they are bringing in tourist).
Using a taxi is also good, but always ask the hotel for the approximate cost of your travel to the destination using a taxi. They have a meter, but most of the time they dont use it. Or if they use the meter, its likely that the meter has been tampered with so they charge you more.

Live dance show at Parsi Anjuman Hall

by castorp75

After several hours of sightseeing and wandering in the dusty, crowded bazaars, it is a very good and relaxing alternative program. The 1 hour show gives you an introduction to the dances of different parts of India. You can see a bit of kathakali, Rajasthani and Manipuri dances, etc.
Although the dances are short, (and specially customized for tourists) the experience is still unique and well worth the Rs. 250.- per person entrance fee.

Inside Red Fort – Lahore Gate

by josephescu

This is the main entrance and takes its name from the fact that it faces towards Lahore.
The covered bazaar street after the gate dates back from Mughal times, when it used to sell silks, jewellery and gold to the royal household.

DIGNIFIED DECADENCE - SAFDARJUNG'S TOMB (3)

by Siddha3th

I went slightly crazy with my digital camera, here as well at all the other amazing places :) Can you blame me, with so many beautiful monuments, and so many fascinating layers to each place, you wouldn't know when to stop too!

Anway, for more photographs of Safdarjung's Tomb, Humayun's Tomb and the Qutb Minar, drop in for a few minutes at my New Delhi travelogues.

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Address: 1042/15, Abdul Rahman Road, Naiwalan, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, Territory of Delhi, 110005, India