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.
... them or the Jain Temples. The Jain Temples were a very different style and made the Buddhist ones look almost simple (although in saying this I don't mean to take anything away from the Buddhist Temples) in comparison. They were also all linked through little passages in the rock, which made it fun to explore.I found that to reach the Jain ...
... was one of the highlights of my visit to India. Wow!! Again a few hours is simply not enough - so much to see and explore. At one point I thought I was gonna faint. Felt my heart pounding out of my chest. Surely bystanders could hear it, so was forced to take a rest. A lot of climbing done today. These caves were also carved out of solid rock - some are enormous rooms where worshipers were housed, praying ...
... The gem between all of the caves was a huge temple which was not a cave, but dug down into the rock, it was truly awesome, it took them 100 years to carve-out, the back wall must have been 100 meters deep. It took several hours to wander around all the caves (we entered every single one) and it was getting into the afternoon when we were ready to move on. Our taxi driver who couldn’t speak much English said he was taking us back to the hotel, he ...