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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kamal Agra
No frills and fuss accommodation. Great roottop restaurant. Very odd spot for a powerpoint though.
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After traveling India for a month, our time was coming to an end and we had yet to see one of the worlds most iconic and widely recognized landmarks - the Taj Mahal! Alex and I had saved the best for last and we were not disappointed, the Taj Mahal was one of the highlights on our Indian adventure!
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Very early start with the 6am train to Agra from New Delhi train station. Two Korean business men who sat beside me were doing a day trip to Agra, just for Taj Mahal. Just as the train pulled out of the station, I pointed out that Taj Mahal is closed on Friday for mosque prayers and only muslims can enter. Their sleepy faces woke …
... all the usual affair. Rather than heading further in and appreciative of the experience, we headed for the river. We got to the end and found a set of stairs leading to the rail line and bridge. Safely over the tracks, we got on the walking path and headed over. The things you see when you are in the thick of things are the best. By the river were people washing and big lines strung up surrounded by water Buffalo ...Agra, India dockerills
... which train to board and no idea which stop we should be asking to buy tickets for. We immediately began scanning the crowd asking random people if they spoke English. After a few quick odd stares, we found someone who told us which train by pointing at the platform for train 1. Now we had to find tickets. Once we got to the actual boarding area we began searching the crowd again for English speakers to help us figure out the ticket situation. Again we were received with mostly odd stares ...Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India jpcasey