Hotel Ashish Palace
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... as you wouldn't want to pay for a **** one.
The tomb itself is glorious with intricate and perfect designs of flowers and plants, Lilys, tulips and what looked like mini geraniums. Geometric designs weaved around the archways. The best was waiting in the tomb where Queen Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jehan lay (well a few feet down). The tomb was encased in a latice marble work with delicate designs of mother of pearl plus other ...
... which platform our train would depart from! It happened to be platform 1 which happened to be right at the entrance and our compartment happened to be 10 paces from the entrance of the station. Perfectly easy. The train ride to Agra was 2.5 hours long and we were served breakfast and tea (our hotel also packed us a breakfast to go). I slept most of the journey and when we arrived I was a little grumpy, and I didn’t try to fake it for pictures! :)
... and exquisite needlework. Didn't need any of that either. Supper at the Taj Mahal restaurant (not related) with some delicious chicken tikka masala, paneer masala and saffron rice with the usual chai masala tea. More great food and no exercise :-(. Aside from the Taj Mahal we didn't see anything here that caught our interest. Grotty city, our hotel was the least nice of the road trip, and we were anxious to get out of there the next morning. Tomorrow it's off to Gwalior and ...
... which specialised in Southern Indian cuisine. It was lovely although not sure Indian is my favourite cuisine. A lot of the fishes are very similar but varying degrees of hotness (I'm probably doing it a disservice). And the restaurant didn't even sell any beer!!!! Following diner most people went to bed. Me & a couple of others managed to acquire a beer at the hotel for a night cap. Think I must be jet lagged because despite a very long day I just couldn't seem to ...