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... with the Museum. Many galleries were closed, some were empty, and except for two recent one, most seem not to have changed since the Museum opened. These treasure deserve better. Interestingly, the guards in the gallery were all dressed in combat fatigues and carried pistols on their belts. Those at the gate to the Museum had semi-automatic carbines slung from their shoulders. I found out that they are members of the 100,000 strong Central Industrial ...
After a good night of rest at the Lodhi Hotel in New Delhi we traveled to the The Lotus Temple. We had a blast there!We prayed in there because after all it is a place to worship.We also learned that it serves as a mother temple for India.Before I close this story let me just warn you that if you are not one for crowded places the temple is probaly not the best place for you to be in because it has become a popular tourist attraction in ...
... pleased. And how many people can say they visited the Taj Mahal twice!
Before leaving Agra, we paid a short visit to the "Baby Taj". Often described as a "jewel box", the tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Tāj Mahal.
It was a four hour drive to Delhi but a large part of the route was on an expressway, the only one we have seen in India. Cars are limited to 100 km/hr and trucks to 60 km/hr. ...
... about. So, as some fellow house guests put it, you just have to accept the India that is, to embrace the beautiful parts of this different land and way of life. I truly hope the country can clean itself up though for the sake and safety of its inhabitants, and preserving some of it's incredibly rich history and beauty. We took a few subway lines today, one which was filled even more than the Green Line from Park Street, just before a Sox game. I don't mind the ...
... rather violently so all he had was a face full of rucksack.
He got the message and I felt bad for snapping at him, but it genuinely is the only way to even think sometimes.
I have also found that smiling as you put your fingers in your ears also works in a light hearted way.
Pretending to be Slovakian and not speaking any English other than "No English" and "Slovakia" also works well.
Put headphones in, with or without music also limits the ...