Hotel Bhoomi Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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The tombs were once covered in precious jewels and gold however they are long since gone having been plundered many years ago.
The outside of the Taj Mahal is covered in white marble from India. The Marble has natural crystals embedded in it which makes the Taj glow and twinkle in the sunlight. Many think there are diamonds or precious stones on the marble however that is not the case.
... br> The items for dinner were different than at lunch – I could have happily eaten from the same selection as we had at the lunch buffet … it was all good.
We said our goodnights to Joyce and Jeff – Jeff was anxious about sorting his photos and I was keen to check out the shops again in the hotel’s shopping arcade – they didn’t disappoint !!
Back to our room I sorted through ...
... saw many many many types of cows, water buffalo, goat, sheep, dogs, chickens, camels. No elephants yet. Sad. But will definitely see them in Thailand if I don't here.
The first stop of the day was the Taj Mahal. The first thing our guide said to us before approaching the Taj Majal was that pictures couldn't do it justice. He was 1000% right. These pictures will not do it justice. Guaranteed. And not just because I'm a ****** ...
... please know that everything I describe here can be multiplied by 1 billion to explain how magnificent and powerful the experiences were... actually go ahead and multiply it all by a googleplex.....
This morning was a VERY early start... Especially since I didn’t really fall asleep until 2:30Am after staying up drinking whiskey with the owners of the hotel and blogging for y’all. We had to be in a cab at 5AM. I woke up at 4:40 since my stuff ...
... to and remodeled by his son Jahangir and grandson Shah Jahan. The fort is built of huge red sandstone blocks. It is really more of a walled city filled with courtyards and rooms. The remodel by Shah Jahan is all in white marble. It was home to the emperor, his harem of about a thousand, and army. We visit only 22%. The rest has housed the army from the Mughals, through the British and now the Indian Army. ...