Green Palace Hotel

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
Prices starting from $19.00

Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

A bit of sightseeing

A travel blog entry by katysugden

... of these men having these photos. At the baby Taj this was no exception, except three little girls came up to us and asked us for photos, our autographs and to fill in a diary asking our favourite book, colour etc (although some of the questions did ask for our number and address which I was sure not to disclose). We had some photos with them and were on our way. Never have I felt more like a celebrity especially when one girl said i ...

India - Elllora & Ajanta Caves

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... at least 90 minutes. You can imagine that we were quite happy when we reached Ellora and we were able to get off the bus.

At the entrance to Ellora Caves we were asked to pay the respective fee. The entrance fees to most Indian touristic attractions are not very expensive (comparing to other countries, like for example Sri Lanka). In general foreigners are requested to pay IR 250. Nonetheless, what makes me a little bit angry is the fact that local people ...

Let's build a cave!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... us he could get us a reasonably priced taxi... (hmmm) but we decided to get the local bus, since it was only 40 mins. The bus ride was an adventure - hot, sweaty and bumpy.

When we reached Ellora, we bought a guide book (the guides there were extortionate) and we ambled our way around the caves. The caves date from 200AD to 800 AD (it took a while to build them all!). There are three sets of caves - the Jain Caves (29-35), the Hindu Caves (16-28) and the Buddhist Caves ...

Ajanta caves

A travel blog entry by rinaputnam


... visit all my life and man was it spectacular. There are 30 caves, all Buddhist temples, along a horseshoe shaped cliff. The paintings and the statues of the Buddha were so awesome, depicting various scenes from his life. These cave temples date back to 500 B.C. After Buddhism died down in India these caves were forgotten until they were accidentally re-discovered by an English soldier in ...

Day 3 for eye camps and training

A travel blog entry by cbctrips


... which was a nice change. However, Dr. Dan prefers doing his work in the dark - never knew that he spent all day in the dark, but I guess that is the eye business.

We saw about 175 patients today because we needed to end by 4pm so that we could make it back to the pastor's training center to conduct an eye clinic for them. Naturally, we arrived late, but it worked out.


This hotel, located in Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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