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... give you more details about what this place was about. We had an amazing guide who gave us a ton of information, but to be honest, I was drifiting in and out of sleep even while standing, and it was taking every ounce of energy I had to just not fall over and sleep on the ground right in the fort. Not getting any sleep on the train had was really catching up to me. To top that off, by the time we were done with this tour, our rooms ...
... cleared just at
sunset but unfortunately we were too far away to see the sunset on
the Taj Mahal so we went to the other side of the Komara river on
the south of the Taj and took photographs and fed the mosquitoes for
a while. It is such an impressive building.
AT last arrived at our hotel about
730pm. We stayed at the Trident and it is a lovely hotel.
We were both red dotted on our foreheads on our arrival
for good luck.
... been in the hotels which are also very quiet. The temperature is now around 38 degrees so I'm super happy:-).
Ok so back to our expeditions, we stayed at the Raddison Blu just for one night it's 1km from the Taj Mahal . The Red Fort was our first port of call (as we wanted to see the Taj at sunset) an hour tour with a guide was informative but super hot the fort was build over 500 years ago and today the India army still use 70% of it!
The fort ...
... the immaculate symmetry. A ribbon of bright blue water carves a line through the sea of white, drawing the eye from the gate to the foot of the Taj. The real magic of the Taj is its weightlessness. The delicacy of its design and the intricacies of its decoration belie the sheer unexpected size of the building. We spent half an hour taking 'arty' photos, which involves a lot of crouching down, straining on tiptoes or lurking half hidden behind things. Another ten minutes with ...
... n-e-'Ām and Dīwān-e-Khās Jahāngīr's Palace, Khās Mahal, Shīsh Mahal
chamoli mehal raja rattan ki haweli akbari mehal 30000 workers were employed to make it
Other places to stay in Agra
Taj Ganj, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $68
- Beautiful hotel
- A Sheraton with a view of the Taj Mahal
- Good hotel though slightly disappointing...
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $69
- Only average
- So-So Experience
- Horrible excuse for a luxury hotel
54, Taj Road, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $51
- Better than Clarks Jaipur
- Quite satisfactory
- Very Servicable Hotel
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 4 star hotelfrom $71
- Comfortable hotel, elegant rooms, lovely setting, excellent food and service
- Quite nice..
- Another decent Hilton
Taj East Gate, Agra | 5 star hotelfrom $271
- Definitely worth the expense
- The Only Place to Stay in Agra(vation)!
Taj Ganj, Fatehabad Road , Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $64
- Loved the Taj i
- Perfectly adequate & good service
- A Good Deal
181/2 Fatehabad road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $48
16/2/8, Commercial Complex, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $42
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $44
- Great Hotel
- Howard Park is an oasis in city of chaos.
- Good value for the money
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $26
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 1 star hotelfrom $27
Fatehabad Road, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $45
137, Station Road, Agra Cantt, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $23
6B The Mall Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $37
263 Station Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $12
Near TDI Mall, Opp Hotel Trident, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $31
181/1, Tourist Complex Area, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $13
V.I.P Road to Taj Mahal, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $46
Tourist Complex Area, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $21
Pratappura Crossing, M.G. Road, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $34
Shaid Nagar Crossing, Shamshabad Rd, Agra | 2 star hotelfrom $13
1, Amarlok, Taj Link Road, Near Shilp Gram Parking, Agra | 3 star hotelfrom $22
Western Gate, Agra | 1 star hotelfrom $10
Block 36, Sanjay Place, Agra | Hotelfrom $40
East Gate, Taj Ganj, Agra | Hotelfrom $11
Chowk Kagziyan,South Gate, Agra | Hotelfrom $11