Lemon Tree Hotel, Aurangabad
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLemon Tree Hotel, Aurangabad
A very serene place to rest after Ajanta caves tour. Big pool in the middle of the hotel. The food are good. A unique boutique hotel I have never expected to see in India. Very satisfied.
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We arrived in Aurangabad by train last night. Today, we explored the Ellora Caves and the Bibi Ka Maqbara, which is also known as the mini Taj Mahal. We are in Aurangabad for one more day, then we head to Goa.
... was a path that had been boarded off. This meant that if you obeyed the rules then you would have to walk an incredibly long way around, going back all the way you'd just come to get to them. Myself and another visitor decided that this would be foolish and so climbed around the gate and made our way down the little path next to a dried up lake. ...
... unbelievable. On Wikipedia one can get more elaborate details
At one of the caves there was a guy clad in orange gowns and he started to chant OM very loud a few times with his deep voice. Amazing the reverberation and echo and general acoustic of the caves. I got goose bumps! This is what it must have been like in the times when there were thousands of worshipers here.
Of the two caves I ...
... he could get off early, it took some time to explain that we were meant to be visiting other places, he got a guy in the car park to help translate (who turned out to be something to do with our hotel) and we were eventually taken to a restaurant to get some lunch and then onto a tomb which they referred to as the "Mini Taj" as it looks similar to the Taj Mahal. When we got back we organised a tour to Ajanta for the next day – this time on an ...