The Florence Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

15-A/6, W.E.A. Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh, Near New Bloom School, New Delhi, National Capital Terri
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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MEDICAL PROCEDURES IN INDIA

by WENDYWEE

I will be in India this winter and want to have Lasik surgery done while I am there, and would also like to consult a cardiologist. Can anyone from this area recommend the best Lasik surgeon and cardiologist in the Delhi area?

I have tried to do research online, but can't get good recommendations that way -- or by contacting the US Embassy there either.

Thanks in advance,
Wendywee

Re: MEDICAL PROCEDURES IN INDIA

by Anjan123

Lasik is now a standard procedure with most optha doctors. I guess it also doesn't take too much time. Escorts is a good heart hospital and I guess should be on the internet. Best wishes,

Re: MEDICAL PROCEDURES IN INDIA

by bsing65

Good lasik surgeons are available in Chandigarh(north of the capiatl new delhi). Dr Grewal is one of the best docs here.As regards cardiologist Fortis Hospital, Chandigarh or Escorts , New delhi is on eof the best.

Re: MEDICAL PROCEDURES IN INDIA

by cassy409

Hey
Did you ever has Lasik done with recommended doctor. I will be in India in December and would like to have Lasik done as well. I am just starting my research so any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Purana Qila (II)

by Nprawira

Humayun tragically lost his life after missing his footing while hurrying down the steps of this library upon hearing the prayer call. Known as Sher Mandal, this rather small and dilapidated structure could be a surprise to some for an imperial library but do remember that literacy was a rare skill 450 years ago and getting a book wasn't as easy as click and pay.

Galina - Non Veg Delight

by lalitsingh99 about Galina

The place serves delicious non veg bar-be-cue fare and is def one of the most packed eateries in town. The food is fresh and piping hot.
Though not to choose from for the vegetarians, this plave is heaven for the lovers on non veg. The typical fare would be chicken , mutton/lamb and fish. Be clear that beef and pork would no be srevd in this establishment, and many others in India.
The breads include the naans(stuffed or non stuffed) and Tandoori rotis and the extra thin Roomali roti (roomali lierally means like a hankerchief). Together the met and the bread makes a superb combination.

Drinks include only soft drinks and mineral water. Alcoholic beverages are neither served nor are the guests encouraged to get their own.

PS: If this place is jam packed then you could also try Sagar's which is an equally good establishment just across the road. Tandoori Chicken.

Tandorri is a stle of cooking synonymous with the mughal cooking style. . A full chicken costs you just INR 70/- which is less than $2.

Music live and upclose

by joidevivre

Music festivals are always a tourist attraction, but the ones in Delhi are never advertised as such, probably because the scale is too small. But if one of your fascinations about India is the musical tradition, then there are a few music festivals you might want to check out.
1) the New Delhi Municipal Corporation used to hold some open air concerts in public places about three years back. I don't know if the series still survives. It was really interesting, they had big name Indian classical musicians playing in public parks and the concerts were free. So check out if they are still on (I don't know if NDMC has a website)

2) the SPICMACAY (Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Among the Youth) festival of Indian classical music takes place around Jan-Feb in colleges around the city. They usually announce the venues and dates in newspapers. If not, write to me and I'll provide you with some contact info.

3) the annual Urs at the dargah of Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya. If Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's music mesmerised you, here is your chance to partake in live renditions of qawwali. If I remember correctly the Urs takes place towards the end of October, and there are live qawwali performances from some of the best exponents of the style in Northern India.

4) check out the local newspapers. There are always some concerts being held in the city, and a lot of times they are either highly subsidized or free.

Raj Ghat

by jmmorgan

A simple black marble slab marks the site where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948. Set in a pleasant park there is also a small museum which gives some detail of his life.
A lot of indian nationals make a pilgrimage to this place.
Nearby are the cremation sites of Nehru (1st Prime Minister) his daughter Indira Gandhi and her 2 sons Sanjay and Rajiv.

Humayun's Tomb the charbagh

by ukirsari

Humayun's Tomb is a world heritage monument. This is one of the earliest Mughal gardens tombs. The garden around Humayun's Tomb called charbagh >> terraced garden to make soft focus from straight lines of its building.
* Entrance fee: Indian Rs10 and Pathkar [non-Indian] Rs250, including visit to Isa Khan's Tomb

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Address: 15-A/6, W.E.A. Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh, Near New Bloom School, New Delhi, National Capital Terri