Hotel Bhoomi Residency
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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... of the issue as to why it was delayed. People on platform were speculating that the train could be delayed up to ten hours. We ran into an American girl and she was also on our train. We hung out with her for a while and then we all headed to a cafe to wait out the next four hours. It's funny how connected everyone is, as we had a couple mutual friends. We eventually boarded the train at 3:00am. I got on and immediately fell ...
... and O-M-G – a sea of saris !!
It seemed that the thing to do was to choose a door and queue behind it … we’ll be here forever !!!
Joyce worked her way through the crowd and I dutifully followed – I figured she could see less of a queue towards the back wall. Turns out that this tiny woman who tended the toilets had beckoned her forward so she had made her way through the crowd.
... line-height: 22.3999996185303px; margin-bottom: 0.1em;">A white marble (1478–1572)single-storey structure is built around a central square chamber, within which is the grave of the saint, under an ornate wooden canopy encrusted with mother-of-pearl mosaic. Surrounding it is a ...
... as we walked out (I think he actually might have been trying to bite me) and we saw the monkeys again. We had some time before our lunch, so we were taken to a place that makes inlaid marble pieces by hand in a similar manner to what we saw on the Taj Mahal and to a jewelry store. We got to see the process at the marble store and they had some unbelievably beautiful (and unbelievably expensive) things there -- like a $65,000 table. The jewelry store was ...
... made welder ( photos were taken), motor bike workshops in alley ways and many wonderful things. Dale comments that this morning in the local areas has been less stressful than yesterday, which was in the tourist areas, and he's right, it feels authentic and real - without the touts! I find a little Airtel shop who sell me a pre paid mobile SIM card and put in an old IPhone I have, I have to wait a few days for it kick in, all up it cost 495 rupees ($10) ...