Hotel Bhoomi Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... queue was twice as long as the men's ...the women officers obviously do a more thorough job. I don't recall any security checks 25 years ago.
There was a lady about two spots ahead of me in the queue who, without any warning, started yelling at a guy who'd already been checked (the men's queue was not only shorter, it also moved faster) - "Cepat lah, ambil gambar, cepat!!!"...lol, a Malaysian no doubt.
The Taj was as breathtaking as it was 25 years ago - even if I ...
... Jaypee. We passed by the Jaypee Sports City which included a Formula One race course, a cricket stadium, golf club and room for much expansion. Barbed wire fences discouraged cattle from wandering onto the road, and the median was planted with flowering shrubs. We stopped for a short break at a very modern rest area. The countryside was flat, part of the great North Indian plain, and filled with mixed farms and the occasional village in the distance. There were ...
... can't remember too many if the details!! It was good though but maybe not as impressive as we thought it might be considering its one of the seven wonders! After the Taj we went for breakfast. Our guide for the day was a local man called Ali who was really nice. He invited us all to his house where his wife and daughters had cooked up an Indian feast! As there were 22 of us we sat on the roof terrace. His place was 3 stories but very narrow and small considering he said ...
... the postcards you see. Eventually, we made our way to the front where we walked around to the rear in order to go inside. We had to wear protective feet covers that looked especially flattering as we walked around and you weren’t allowed to take photos. The outside marblework was expertly done and some of the inland precious stones gleamed in the morning sun. The Taj Mahal is perfectly symmetrical and is also 55m both high and wide. Although many people believe it to be a place ...
... way we had to stop for a Chai (tea). At that point in time I didn't know yet that „tea“ will be most spoken word in the next days ;-).
After having changed the car, we drove a bit through Delhi getting my first feeling for the city as it started to get bright outside. Arriving at the highway to Agra the scenery instantly changed and the highway was surprisingly empty. But thats not difficult to understand, as most locals simply can not afford the 710 rupees ...