Nishi Jain

Nishi Jain

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    Where to stay in Amsterdam June 2013 for 2 nights? We like boutique hotels.

    Amsterdam has some wonderful boutique hotels like Hotel Fita, Seven on Seven, Amstel Hotel, The Toren. If you are an art lover, or dig pop culture, you've got some really quirky options too. Lloyd Hotel and The Exchange are your pick then. over 6 years ago

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    I'm going to Amsterdam, I just realized our hotel is closer to the red light district than we expected will this be a problem?

    Not at all. The red light district of Amsterdam is a touristy area. In fact, you should visit it. They even have customized tours; tourists can even get themselves photographed in the infamous windows wearing garish makeup and colourful wigs! Since prostitution is legal and regulated in Amsterdam, the industry is much less shady than its counterparts in other countries. And yes, you have the advantage of being in a central location in the city, and will therefore have easy access to major tourist attractions. over 6 years ago

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    3 days in Amsterdam.. What to see/do?

    Amsterdam has a rich culture, lots of scenic beauty, and a thriving brewing industry. If you want a taste of all three, well, you have three days, buddy--set aside each day for each facet of the city. Day 1- Visit the museums, the city. There are city tours that will take you to all major museums/historical monuments. Don't miss the Van Gogh museum, Anne Frank house, Rembrandt House, Amsetrdam Museum. The Rijksmuseum is the most attractive museum but it is so vast it might eat up your entire day. Day 2 - Go see the windmills, the tulips, and the pretty dutch villages. Zaanse Schanse and Voldendam top the list. Day 3 - Taste the local beer. Go on a city beer tour. Visit the red light district. Amsterdam has a small but thriving brewing industry. You can visit local brewing workshops, and taste the many varieties of beer on offer. over 6 years ago

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    Honeymoon in Phuket or Koh Samui?

    Koh Samui. It has better weather than Phuket, though the latter is more developed. Samui has great beaches and tropical weather. Phuket experiences heavy rainfall during September. Check this out for good hotels in Samui: http://bit.ly/15ONXK3 over 6 years ago

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    are white pants appropriate in Rome, Florence VEnice in May

    No reason why you should not. It's a sunny bright city, and smart crisp white linen trousers would only make you look stylish. But please don't team them with a white shirt and be all white from head to toe! over 6 years ago

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    What is the meaning of hotels star rating?

    In laymen terms, hotel star rating is just a qualitative rating aimed at categorizing hotels on the basis of their facilities/services, budget, accommodation standards, etc. There is no set standard actually. In the US, hotel star ratings are usually based on the taxes paid by the hotels. Elsewhere, it is according to facilities provided. So, a budget hotel providing the very basic accommodation facilities will qualify as a one-star hotel. Often, the ratings are not set in stone and the same hotel can be rated as a 2-star or a 3-star by two different reviewers. over 6 years ago

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    Best places to visit in india

    The list would never end. So start with one region first. I suggest south - Kerala, rather most of the western ghats area, is known for its natural beauty. In Kerala, you have Munnar, Kumarakom. Kovalam. You'll find some more details here: http://bit.ly/11145rJ Going further the southern coast visit Pondicherry, Kanyakumari, Varkala, Ooty, Hampi. The North is vast, and would require more time, since the touristy spots are mountainous and far-placed from each other. On one hand is Rajasthan which will give you a glimpse into the Rajput culture. And on the other side is Uttarakhand with all its hill stations, Jammu & Kashmir, Leh-Ladakh. Unless you dont have an entire year to travel, pick and choose. And I haven't even started with Northeast India. over 6 years ago

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    planning a honeymoon in goa - is there any good boutique resort that anybody can recommend?

    One amazing hotel for honeymooners is Hotel Crown, Panjim. It has a star casino, a plush lounge, a luxury spa, a restaurant overlooking the River Mandovi. The rooms provide river views. You can watch the sun set over the river's horizon right from your bedroom. And I need to stop imagining myself there. So yeah.. happy honeymoon. You can get more details about the hotel here : http://bit.ly/Z4VRN1 over 6 years ago