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Old March 12th, 2012, 09:28 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
David Horne[_2_]
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Hello everybody,

Just to annoy runge29876 (or whatever it is now), and because a lot of
readers travel further afield than Europe, any recommendations for
luxury hotels in Delhi and Goa (Jaipur too would be handy)? I've done a
fair bit of research on them myself, and availability is pretty good-
just wondering if there are any personal experiences here.

Thanks in advance,

David

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Old March 12th, 2012, 09:38 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
Runge 132
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Yes horne you're the perfect cretin, not even capable of asking that in the
right group...
We all know why you're doing it, you don't care about the topic, just want
to arouse your b/f martin once more.
OK martin go ahead and pollute !


"David Horne" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
...

Hello everybody,

Just to annoy runge29876 (or whatever it is now), and because a lot of
readers travel further afield than Europe, any recommendations for
luxury hotels in Delhi and Goa (Jaipur too would be handy)? I've done a
fair bit of research on them myself, and availability is pretty good-
just wondering if there are any personal experiences here.

Thanks in advance,

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
www.davidhorne.net (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)

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Old March 12th, 2012, 09:41 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
William Black[_2_]
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On 12/03/12 20:28, David Horne wrote:
Hello everybody,

Just to annoy runge29876 (or whatever it is now), and because a lot of
readers travel further afield than Europe, any recommendations for
luxury hotels in Delhi and Goa (Jaipur too would be handy)? I've done a
fair bit of research on them myself, and availability is pretty good-
just wondering if there are any personal experiences here.


When in Goa we usually stay in the Goa government 'Tourist Hotels'.

They're spotlessly clean, they do decent food and the staff are well
trained.

They all have some luxury rooms.

http://www.goa-tourism.com/index.php

Alternatiovly the Taj Exotica is very nice, but it's also frighteningly
expensive.

The last time we stayed there they were charging a couple of hundred
quid a night for a basic room and no meals...

Now I'm told it's nearer £300 night...

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Old March 12th, 2012, 10:07 PM posted to rec.travel.europe
David Horne[_2_]
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Default OT- Delhi/Goa hotels

William Black wrote:

On 12/03/12 20:28, David Horne wrote:
Hello everybody,

Just to annoy runge29876 (or whatever it is now), and because a lot of
readers travel further afield than Europe, any recommendations for
luxury hotels in Delhi and Goa (Jaipur too would be handy)? I've done a
fair bit of research on them myself, and availability is pretty good-
just wondering if there are any personal experiences here.


When in Goa we usually stay in the Goa government 'Tourist Hotels'.

They're spotlessly clean, they do decent food and the staff are well
trained.

They all have some luxury rooms.

http://www.goa-tourism.com/index.php


Thanks! I hadn't considered them.

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
www.davidhorne.net (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Old March 13th, 2012, 01:09 AM posted to rec.travel.europe
Runge 132
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Well consider then, consider !

"David Horne" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
...

William Black wrote:

On 12/03/12 20:28, David Horne wrote:
Hello everybody,

Just to annoy runge29876 (or whatever it is now), and because a lot of
readers travel further afield than Europe, any recommendations for
luxury hotels in Delhi and Goa (Jaipur too would be handy)? I've done a
fair bit of research on them myself, and availability is pretty good-
just wondering if there are any personal experiences here.


When in Goa we usually stay in the Goa government 'Tourist Hotels'.

They're spotlessly clean, they do decent food and the staff are well
trained.

They all have some luxury rooms.

http://www.goa-tourism.com/index.php


Thanks! I hadn't considered them.

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
www.davidhorne.net (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)

 




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