Hotel Vijay Villa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... students. Ramlata and Ananaya were up and about which was surprising as the former had been whatsapping her family in the States until the early hours as well as being at the kitty party and the latter was suffering with a cold. Both were please to see Smita though.
The South Indian breakfast was a triumph. There was idli (like a steamed rice flour dumpling), sambar (vegetable curry), dhosas (thin fried rice pancakes) and ...
... elephants were when they could finally taste their favorite food.
After this unforgettable adventure, it was time to go to sleep and head to the last destination of this Golden Triangle tour the following day.
— Agra —
After half a day of hanging around on the local market and drinking some delicious Indian tea with a few girls from San Francisco I met at the hotel, it was time to hop on the train to ...
... We then decided we were ready to go back to the main Bazaar and it was time for a bevy break at our rooftop digs. We had a drink which was needed and was so nice, I felt really proud of us getting around Delhi on our own "no problem" really starting to enjoy this wonderful country now and cant wait to see what else India has to offer....but first looking forward to what curry we have tonight and to see if we can spot anymore cows!!
Now time for a nap before we go out for ...
... like home.There are a couple more pit stops to allow 2 other trains to pass us on their way downhill before we reach our destination. unfortunately fog has descended so we cannot appreciate the views but because we have seen the vertiginous drop from the railway that's probably a good thing. however we did see a monkey jumping on the roof of the train and a few more on our taxi ride to the hotel which was once the home of a head of the British imperial ...
... After the Jumma Masjid we went to the world famous Humaiyun Tomb, which was the inspiration for Shah Jahan's building the Taj Mahal. We then drove by the Lotus temple (Bahai temple), but didn’t do in it because my parents had already seen it and it takes a long time to get in. We then drove over to the Kashmir government store where we bought two Yak wool carpets. Hope the ...