Hotel Bharatpur Ashok
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- Pets allowed
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... pouring rain is not our idea of fun.
We are more of the type that prefer our feathered friends to
be noisy and inquisitive. In fact if they could come and sit on our table in
the back garden and peck at some cake while we watch from a foot or two, we
would be delighted.
Believe it or not the little chap we mentioned from
Ranthambore, the Rufous Treepie, more or less fulfilled that role perfectly. He
was destined to appear ...
... are going to be (like Gretzky with the puck). Second, the horn is used extensively, not as we North Americans do to show annoyance, but simply to indicate that they are there and about to pass or move in the way. All trucks in fact have signs on the back saying "Blow the Horn" or "Honk Please" as well as "Use Dippers at Night". The horn, in fact replaces the rear view mirror, which is rarely used, or in the case of small vehicles, non-existent. Third, I have yet to see a case ...
... sleeps, several guards would stay awake right next to his bed and protect him overnight. The place has an egg-shaped storage made of red stone and it’s about 9 feet by 5 feet used to preserve the rice inside. This fascinating place also has a water reservoir, in case if water runs out. After that beautiful tour, we got on the bus and continued the trip to Jaipur. The 6-hour bumpy road ...
We left Agra, still high from our Taj Mahal experience, and planning to make a stop at the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, still in Uttar Pradesh, on our way to Jaipur. Built by Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1569 on a site that had historical significance, Fatehpur Sikri is made from the local red stone, and incorporates many influences (Hindi, Islamic, Jain and even Christian) a trademark of Akbar's building. Here is an inscription that appears on one of the pillars: ...
... names of the sun god and his companion (though I forgot both) and explained that they lived here at the top of the mountains. They gave us "god food" which was like puffed rice, but a red mark on our foreheads, tied red and yellow string around our left wrists for good luck and gave us a garland of white flowers. After this they sent us on our way down the mountain because it was getting dark, but told us to stop by for tea any time as their ...