Hotel Atithi, Agra
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... peeping through the evening haze from our suite. Lovely dance display at 5.45 (as there is every night at this time) on a roof by the pool. Headed down for a delicious supper and then back to the room for an early night before a full day's sightseeing tomorrow. Everyone extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful here - we feel very much at home and are extremely comfortable! Night, ...
... the beautiful grounds for well over an hour before entering the Taj itself, admiring this sublime structure from various angles, distances and perspectives.
The structure itself is incredible in many respects. Perhaps the most impressive to us was the exquisite stonework. Semi precious stones from across the Mughal empire were inlaid with the pure white marble in a technique known in Italy as "pietra dura." Don't know what the Mughals called it. ...
... see how he goes with the food. It must have been ok, we're not crook yet and out of Delhi, without the Delhi Belly. Our breakfast starts to arrive, first a tray with Marie's biscuits, well, that's what it says, they won't be as the biscuits that the Marie I know makes, a little flask with hot water, a tea bag and sugar - it makes a nice cup of tea, my travelling mate has a small problem when the train shakes and jolts and his tea ends up all over the Hindustani Times he's been reading. ...
Wow! Really - Wow!
We never expected anything to live up to its own hype as much as this.
... more diamonds than England had blackberries in the 1800's. In the 1700th century, India was the richest country in the world. It also is mostly the middle and lower to middle class citizens. Most of the industry located in Agra is tourism. They are also known for their hand made articles and they also have an army and an airforce. Once in Agra, we will have left the state of Rajasthan and will be in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The Persians brought 'meat' yto ...