Hotel Express 66

Thapar Chamber 3rd, 2 Deshbandhu Gupta Road, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of De
Hotel Express 66
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the best hotel

by asdi

Hi Dear friends

Our group (7 persons) want to travel New Delhi for a week in next month , and we are interesting to take a good budget hotel in Karol Bagh area , near metro station but we cant choose the best option from these hotels: Sawati hotel-Sun Star – Sri Nanak – Royal Hotel – Classic Hotel?? Is there any suggestion?
And how is the weather next month in NewDelhi- Agra and Jaipour ? we need warm cloths?
With a lot of thanks
Reham

Re: the best hotel

by vpas

try singh international.
vpas

Re: the best hotel

by shoma

hello,

you could try the hostels options at www.hostelworld.com and find great rooms in delhi or agra. in dec it will be cold in these places so best to get a jacket and a scarf.

enjoy your travels

Travel Tips for New Delhi

U must take these things with u.

by Stentorian

Backpacks or trolly bags are best for travelling 3/4 trousers, full sleve shirts, comfortable shoes. Sun glasses. Take lot's of Oral Salains for stomach problems. Sun block is a must. creams, chap stick. Digital camera with minimum 1GB storage.

Metro/ Local Bus

by Stentorian

Well Delhi is a very big city. It's very hard to cover the city by walking. And the main problem is, metro train doesn't go every part of the city. Only a part of the city has got the Metro. So u have to avail local bus. They are very crowded. Tough to get in/off. And becareful about the pick pocketers.

The Humayun's Tomb

by adite

Delhi has these little islands of tranquility which is a unique characteristic of the capital of India. The Humayan's Tomb is a complex which is bang in the centre of South Delhi, where the hustle and bustle of traffic is inescapable. And yet when you enter into the Humayun Tomb complex, you leave all of that behind...the lovely open spaces, the architecture, the old trees, the chirping of birds transports you to a different age and time. And you can actually imagine what Delhi must have been like, minus the constant cacophony of cell phones, car horns and hyperactivity!

A SPIRITUAL EPIPHANY - THE BAHA'I LOTUS TEMPLE

by Siddha3th

Oneness of Mankind, Oneness of Religion and Oneness of God - the cardinal tenets on which the Baha'i Faith was founded. Such a beautiful thought is brought to unbelievably breathtaking life via the architectural marvel that is The Lotus Temple.

I felt a wonderful sense of calm descend upon me, as I strayed into the creation's air. Simple yet intricate, belonging to no one, yet cherished by millions... much like India's national flower itself. A beguiling entity that is infinite enough to encompass Hinduism, Sikkhism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism and Islam.

Try coming away from the Lotus Temple without being Touched.

Rajpath

by Rupanworld

Rajpath (literally translated would mean the Way/street of the King) is the street which is the famous avenue of New Delhi that runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's palace) through Vijay Chowk and India Gate to National Stadium. There are beautiful lawns, government offices on both sides. It crosses Janpath, another important avenue of New Delhi where the Bungalows of most of the Ministers of Government. There is a yellow line on the road marking the two sides as South block and North Block. It has a heavy traffic (but no traffic jams) all through the day. Lots of security and parking is not allowed. This street starts from the India gate and ends at the gates of Rashtrapati Bhavan. It also crosses Sansad Marg and one can see the Parliament House while driving on this street.

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Address: Thapar Chamber 3rd, 2 Deshbandhu Gupta Road, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of De