Hotel Harbour View

Address: Kerawalla Chambers, 3rd Floor, 25 PJ Ramchandani Marg, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 400001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Aurangabad, is near Ajanta Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and The Thar Heritage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Aurangabad

    Incredible caves in ellora

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 23, 2015

    210 photos

    ... Fledermäuse (mehr als ein paar hundert!) ist es sehr laut und ich verstehe unseren Guide nur sehr schwer. Als ich nach oben sehe und der Einheimische die Taschenlampe an die Decke richtet, sehe ich überall nur Fledermäuse und absolut keine Decke mehr. Die ganze Decke ist komplett mit Fledermäusen bedeckt! Durch das Licht werden zahlreiche Fledermäuse aufgescheucht, diese fliegen uns um die Ohren.

    Nachdem sich unsere Augen wieder an die Helligkeit gewöhnt ...

    3.2 Ellora

    A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 19, 2014

    22 photos

    ... the large temple to see some more on the outskirts and around the Buddhist sections, there with real-life monks, so it was good to see the temples being used as they were intended. These people too received enquiries from the curious schoolchildren.

    Once we satisfied ourselves that we had seen all that we needed, we walked back to our driver (diverting past many hawkers) and got in the car to the next leg of the journey.

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    Excellent Ellora

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Jan 11, 2013

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... excavated out of the Ellora volcanic rock. Ranging from simple cells to huge triple storied halls with amazing statues and carvings, the oldest ones were excavated over 1500 years ago. The craftsmen forced wood into existing small cracks in the rock and then soaked it with water until it expanded, widening the cracks. The rock was then chipped away, a very laborious process, each cave taking generations to complete.

    The caves are divided into Buddhist, Hindu and Jain. ...

    Trip to the caves of Ellora and Ajanta

    A travel blog entry by catoneill on Oct 23, 2012

    10 photos

    ... into what it really was . . . a place of worship. Ajanta is accessible by using shuttle buses from a central car park some 4 kilometres away. As soon as we got off the bus there was an immediate rush of sellers of local stones, carved buddhas and the inevitable elephants. Saying that you did not want anything simply did not work . In desperation I came up with "Try someone else". It worked. And of course to get back on the bus we ran the same ...

    Caves, Forts & Fakes

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Jan 25, 2012

    1 comment, 152 photos

    ... to the top of the fort was a great, albeit hot & tiring experience. The fort itself goes up pretty high and lots of steps with little cover from the sun made it a challenge, glad i didn't have to try and invade this place! The views from the top were spectacular you could see why this spot was chosen as you could see for miles & miles in every direction. After a much quicker journey back down we all got a well earned drink at the bottom. I tried a fresh ...