Hotel Ganga Ratan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ganga Ratan Agra
This place had, by far, the best breakfast in any hotel in all of North India! The eggs were delicious, as was the cereal, toast, and porridge!
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Too misty for a sunrise session so we missed the crowds and left for the Taj Mahal at 7.30 am. Our fearless guide, Manu made sure we had every opportunity to take the iconic shots of the Taj. I have downloaded a small selection - please vote for your favourite so I know which one I can use as my profile picture on Facebook. Nothing can prepare you for this Wonder of the World. It is perfect - marble intricately carved and inlaid with glistening gemstones. It looks as delicate as ...
... much of it basically) so, being the kind person I am, I offered to put hers with mine in the overhead compartment to give her more space. Just as I sat back down to enjoy my "cup of tea", Beth's bag decided to jump onto my face and take my tea with it. Hey, ho... poor Megan then opened her lemon water the wrong way, think yogurt pot and you'll see where I'm going. Still waiting for the third thing to happen and as you can imagine, Beth's on ...
... of an earlier Portuguese dish that was adapted to include vinegar and spices, and is in fact usually made with pork. Yummy.
So, we were about to head from the small town of Old Goa to the state’s southern beaches (under Ajay’s advice), but unfortunately this plan was thwarted upon discovering that somebody had stolen my bike helmet from outside the church of Bom Jesus (“Good Jesus”). This theft was made all the more surprising by the fact that ...
... Great. Someone else told us we could get a local train instead. So we got on that in the ladies carriage. It took another 1.30 to get into Mumbai, and we debated getting off early as the train stations we were driving through were closer to our hotel than the end station. However, when we googled, we realised the main train station was the one off Slumdog so we decided to wait and get off there. Upon arrival, it was dirty, huge ...
The Taj Mahal remains India's most revered and famous tourist site. It is widely considered the most beautiful building in the world and one of the great architectural structures ever built. To see it is almost beyond reality. The Taj was built as a testament of love to Emperor Shah Jahan's beloved third wife Mumtaz Mahal. She died giving birth to their 14th child. The Taj stands on a raised marble platform at the northern end of ...