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... wanted to check things out around the hotel right away and almost got ran over by a rat the size of a Chihuahua. He discovered the hotel is in a very poor area. He wasn't gone long!!!
December 12-16, 2014 – STREETS OF KOLKATA
False Promise of Authentic Lebanese Food
In the gray light of the morning, I looked out of the window. I first thought we were surrounded by laundries. But upon ...
... British stormed the defences and when they took hold they used Agra fort as a garrison, as do the Indian army today. Fatehpuhr Sikri is another architectural wonder near to Agra and rated a world heritage site, a fortified city and previous capital of the Mogul empire in ruins because of water shortage problems (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatehpu r_Sikri). Although in ruins, it is very well preserved, with complete buildings in tact with intricate carvings on the outer walls. ...
... area. All was well though and we made it safe and sound. Hooray Mula! 4. Outside of the "shadier time" of arrival in India, sitting in the terminals all night long to wait for a flight was better than trying to get to a hotel for only a couple of hours of sleep and then repeating the stressors of travelling back to the terminal again in the morning. Besides that, it was actually daytime to my brain anyway so being up all night for my first night in India was no problem at ...
... bridge on other its Vidyasaagar Setu. Nothing can get better than this. It was an amazing experience watching the beauty of Howrah Bridge and watching local boats , ferries coming and going with people getting down and boarding the boats for their daily activities.
After enjoying the scenic beauty of Howrah Bridge , I moved to Park Street and had good bengali dinner , yes it is Fish and Rice. Loved it totally!!!
And this marked the end of my tour to city of joys.
... following the fall of the fort, British and Anglo-Indian soldiers and civilians were held overnight in conditions so cramped that many died from suffocation, heat exhaustion and crushing. He claimed that 123 prisoners died out of 146 held. However, the precise number of deaths, and the accuracy of Holwell's claims, have been the subject of controversy.