Hotel Bharatpur Ashok
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
... to the general store where I did my best rendition of imitating alcohol as a word as they didn't understand till then. I basically lifted an imaginary hand to my mouth then gave an Oscar winning performance of being tipsy. They laughed and high fives all around ensued. All was understood and they took me to the alcohol cage. I was allowed in to wander inside , with Gail keeping watch, whilst the Indians had to grapple from the outside, ...
... obeisance each time we passed a temple on the road. The building was certainly spectacular with amazing gateways and pierced marble screens, beautiful carved Arabic lettering, lots of towers and cupolas, a complex internal drainage system with an external water tank, and apparently a tunnel to the Taj Mahal 40km away (I was not convinced about this!!). Interestingly the citadel was all but abandoned not long after it was built so now only the nearby town ...
... that Jodhaa Bhai "was not Akbar's Rajput queen but Jahangir's Rajput wife." Oh well, will have to find a credible history book to clear this up.
The touts were finally more in character and quite persistent. Once again Abhishek warned us not to make eye contact or say anything if we did not want to buy.
Here at Fatehpur Sikri, as we walked in the main courtyard, admiring the architecture, there was a little boy (and his friend) selling postcards, who latched on ...
... little girls around 8 or 9 years old tying red or yellow string to the partition which is a bit young to be thinking about starting a family, even if you were gunning for that nice council house down the road.
Aaaand then you pretty much have no choice but to bail for the ₹260 palace and away from the constant hassle of the traders before you have a ...
... Akbar where he used to live with his three wives, one Muslim, one Hindu and one Christian. The temple was beautiful and is one of the best preserved collections of Indian Mughal architecture in India. We then headed to our hotel, Surya Vilas Palace, palace is exactly what it looked like. White Castle like walls and coloured windows. So beautiful. This ...