Hotel Atithi, Agra
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... to create a natural light.
We left the Taj after an interesting tour and were relieved to see that the grounds around the Taj are still as they were when it was built and even more so, the gardens on the opposite side of the river was still not touched giving the feeling of an oasis.
We had breakfast then off to the Red Fort. His son imprisoned the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan here for the rest of his days, after spending ...
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... sweat on his forehead ( f...g woos) he thinks the Butter Chicken is hot, jeezus we need to broaden his pallet! The table next to us has a young couple from Brisbane sit down, so we have quiet chat before we leave. I have run an idea past Dale about developing a Travellers discomfort measure, something along the lines of a 1 - 10 discomfort rating factoring in things like crowds, hygiene, stress, modes of transport etc with 1 being something Adam ...
After posing at the entrance, we get more pictures taken at Princess Diana's bench. Apparently, this is a very famous photo of her looking very lonely, just s few months before she left Prince Charles.
After the Taj Mahal, we went to a marble store, and learned how the marble was mined for the Taj Mahal. Needless to say, lots of marble for sale.
Then, back to the hotel for lunch.
At 3:00 pm, we depart again, this ...
... World Heritage Site of Fatepour Sikri a large fort and palace built in 1571 by the Mughal Emperor Akhbar for his capital. "Wait!" those of you who have been paying attention will be saying, "Didn't he just build his huge capital city at Agra just a few years earlier?" Indeed he did, and thereby hangs a tale. It is said that Akhbar was without an heir for many years, but after consulting a Sufi mystic in the area of Fatehpur, one of his wives gave birth to a ...