A September 2002 trip
to Delhi by rodeime
Quote: First time travel to India can be a daunting experience. A Indian debutante shares his experience and tries to alleviate your concerns about travel to the mysterious subcontinent.
Hotel | "Delhi Hyatt Regency"
When you've spent a day haggling and jostling in the hurly-burly of Delhi, you'll appreciate the civility of the Hyatt.
I make special mention of the young ladies (trainees) who greet you at the door. They do a great job and don't always get the credit they deserve (see pic).
Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 24, 2003
Hyatt Regency Delhi
BHIKAIJI CAMA PLACE
The sights, sounds and smells of Chandni Chowk are all you need to confirm you are in the middle of Delhi. The roads are literally choking with traffic, although there are very few cars. Instead rickshaws, handcarts, bicycles, motorbikes, donkeys and even camels make up the constant throng that pulsates the narrow streets of Chandni "Choke".
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 24, 2003
"Old" Delhi, ner Red Fort