Hotel Ashish Palace
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is perfectly proportioned. It took our breath away.
The most bizarre thing was that Indian visitors from children to old ladies and whole families wanted to be photographed with Gill.
Then to marble factory to see how inlay is made traditionally; bought trinket box for fireplace. It has inlaid patterns based on Taj so will remind us of our visit.Jetin suggested restaurant to us for supper, had thali and listened to live music. Returned to hotel.
... the entrance along with the hundreds outside wanting to help carry bags or do anything for some rupees. We clambered over them through security and on to the platform. The train was due at 6 so the prospect of an hour wait was daunting. I don't know if you know about the Indian railways but they aren't famous for their time keeping and reliability. However, ours was not only early, it was 30 minutes early, which meant we could board with ease; ...
... the rule of the Portuguese for over 400 years. That’s even longer than the English were in India. In fact, as an interesting tidbit of information, anyone who was born in Goa, whose parents were born in Goa, or even whose grandparents were born in Goa, is still considered legitimately Portuguese and is completely eligible for a Portuguese passport. That’s quite interesting isn’t it? Another interesting thing about Goa is that it is the home of the vindaloo, ...
... Upon finding them we set to work cleaning, mopping and making it more presentable. We opened the window shutters so we could see again, wiped the seats and then settled down. It wasn't going to be too bad. We couldn't store our bags on the floor like normal so we each had to have one with us. We sat up and read for a bit, had some train snacks then put the beds out around 9pm. Then we drifted into an unsettled ...
... who sped us off to the Hotel Maya. We got talking on the way and he was so informative about visiting the Taj Mahal and what to do in Agra - after dumping our bags we asked him to take us to the train station to arrange our train ticket from Agra to Delhi. He told us which windows to queue at and what times the trains were, all round a great guy and afterwards he even drove us to the bazaar to find the Nepal guidebook we've been lucking for. Feeling very productive ...