Aurangabad Gymkhana Club (Hotel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... spicy with a yoghurt raita and not oily at all, yum yum. As you can tell we are both feeling better and food is back on the agenda.
The trip here may have been monumental and we are pretty tired but we got up the first day all ready to go to the Ellora caves, this was meant to be a shorter day so we thought we would do this first. We forgot what we are like though and we spent three hours just on the first 17 caves! Our tuk tuk driver who took us there came ...
... into steep face of a deep rock gorge; they were hewn out by Buddhist monks from generation to generation.
... ate our entire lunch and still no sign of them. This was a little worrisome. I mentioned that I thought it was very possible they got on the bus back down to the base of the mountain and couldn't get back up. That seemed likely. We asked people all over the area if they had seen them based off of their descriptions. White large man, white small girl. No one had seem them. As we were heading back to the bus we asked one last man and he informed us that they did get on the bus. ...
... The Taj Mahal Palace is a five star hotel that has hosted many celebrities such as Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt, the Beatles, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Roger Moore, Mick Jagger and Barack and Michelle Obama. On November 26, 2008 four gunmen entered the hotel and began a three day siege killing 167 people including many guests. Today the hotel has been rebuilt and both the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Palace hotel have extensive security.
... accessible but there's still plenty to see. It's quite an amazing place really, a little village carved out of stone...it sort of reminded me of The Shire in Lord of the Rings! I took some pics and did the tourist thing then mostly tried to avoid people trying to sell me pointless **** like crystals and whatnot. Several people asked to have their picture taken with me but I said no cos even if it ...