Hotel Park Plaza Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 3 - IT'S THE TAJ MAHAL!!
5am start. Yes, 5am. Why you ask? Taj at sunrise! Worth. It.
We met our walking guide outside the hotel, took an autorickshaw (tuk tuk) to get tickets and then walked down to the TAJ MAHAL!! On the way, there were so many monkeys - not cute, oh no, vicious probably rabies monkeys trying to attack each other. Luke even saw one monkey that stole a packet of cigarettes from a guard, climbed up to the roof ...
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