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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... it was blocked off and way back visiting the Buddhist caves. Most impressive was Cave 10 a chaitya hall; a cathedral like stupa hall whose ceiling has been carved to give the impression of wooden beams. At the heart of the cave is a 15 foot statue of Buddha seated in preaching pose. This cave is also known as the music cave. Brian sang “Daughters’ by John Mayer and it was hauntingly beautiful the way his voice echoed off the walls.
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