Hotel Bhoomi Residency
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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... the Taj Mahal, but not worry enough to attempt to protect its people. If it taints the white marble you would assume that it has to have a detrimental effect on lungs and overall health of their environment - one would assume that emission regulations or just attempting to create clean air vehicles for public transit would be order. The second peculiar finding was that the area surrounding the Taj Mahal is not developed in the least. The road we had to take down to the site ...
... conditions and the heat. Here Shah Jahan was deposed and his son Aurangzeb took power. He kept his father as a prisoner in the Red Fort until he died in Muasammam Burj. This is a tower in the Red Fort which is made of white marble with a big balcony with a view on the mausoleum Taj Mahal of his love one, Mumtaz Mahal .
In the evening Hans got some fever so on the advise of my brother we went to the "drugstore" to buy some antibiotics for only ...
... that! It was gorgeous! It had a design of the Taj Mahal, a rug which I would have had to hang on the wall which didn't come cheap.
The original asking price was 1,500 US$ which meant even more in Canadian dollars. Every time we said "we’ll think about it", he came back with a lower price. ...
... well left.
Before exiting the wonderful complex we had the chance to view the tallest gate in Asia, the ceremonial main entrance to the fort which thanks to its 52 steep steps is able to claim this title. The gate itself was designed to remind everyone who approached from the main town about just how powerful the maharaja was before they entered his palace and it certainly did the trick as we were standing there looking up at the huge sandstone edifice. ...