Amba Inn Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmba Inn Hotel Agra
I knew better than to base my decision on one review. It was dingy, the sheets were highly stained, hot water was a bucket job. It's not close to anything but a train station that is not that used.
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... can pay her a compliment. She can't refuse that offer. So he goes on to tell her that black really suits her. It was all done with beautifully sweet innocence and so typical of the whole staff here.
Later in the restaurant one of the waiters says he hears we were at the hotel thirteen years ago. He was at school then. Seems we are something of celebrities if the waiter has heard this. Some time later the restaurant manager comes over and says she is very ...
... seven wonders of the world'.
After a few hours of taking pictures
and sitting taking in the amazing building we left and went to the
Red Fort which was where the Emperor was imprisoned by his youngest
son before he died.
Agra as a city, we didn’t find to be
the most inviting so after the early morning sight seeing we decided
to leave by train straight for Varanasi. We later learned that Agra
used be a hub for steel production but after the smog from ...
... a fountain show with coloured lights for thirty minutes. On the way back the largish auto-rickshaw (which is still smaller than a car) manages to cram in 17 people for the 12k return journey. Before I leave we go to the Vishram Ghat in the morning and all the locals are washing themselves in the holy river. We have a boat ride and then head over to Kesava Deo Temple that's claimed to be the birthplace of Krishna and the slab of rock where he was born can be ...
... I was a bit stressed and my feet hadn't touched the ground when I had 10 men in red wanting to take my case. I asked how much and he said 'As you like'. This was last said to me when I asked a suitable donation amount at the temple so in my stressed state, at rush hour in Delhi I just said 1? Meaning 100 rupees, the amount Alison said it would be. He out my heavy case on his head and off he went. We went for bloody ages with every Tom, Dick and Harry on his way to ...
... about two Mughal Emperors our favourite is Akbar as he was a Muslim but realised people are what are important not what religion or caste they are. Our first monument today is Itmad Ud Allah which has been nicknamed Baby Taj and we see the river and Bufallo grazing. Then onto a park wher Shah Jahan wanted to build a similar building as the Taj Mahal so he could gaze upon it and his would be for him but only the foundations were built ...