Mayur Tourist Complex
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... cleared just at
sunset but unfortunately we were too far away to see the sunset on
the Taj Mahal so we went to the other side of the Komara river on
the south of the Taj and took photographs and fed the mosquitoes for
a while. It is such an impressive building.
AT last arrived at our hotel about
730pm. We stayed at the Trident and it is a lovely hotel.
We were both red dotted on our foreheads on our arrival
for good luck.
... they all mates? From the guy at the train station, the two rickshaw drivers, both offices, and some random guy on the street (that our driver assured us was a policeman, despite his being obviously not) telling us the road is closed? How has this all happened, and to put it quite concisely, how the **** are we going to get out of this?! After some accusations have flown from the back seat, and abuse has flown from the front seat, I throw a quid at the driver and we get out. ...
... looked great, with a glass cube common room in the garden. The hostel man was very nice and showed us to our dorm. £3.50 a night with air con! Luxury! We then got ready and asked him where was good for lunch. He told us about a restaurant just a short walk away to the right, so we set off to find it. On the way the locals were trying to convince us to eat in their various restaurants, saying the place we were headed for was closed. But ...
... the white marble dome) on the other side, despite it serving no religious purpose. They really liked everything neat and even, apparently.
Also, while we weren’t allowed to take pictures inside the actual building, I must say that it was quite the surreal experience to actually stand inside such a structure and soak in the enormity of it all. Visually, however, I would declare that the exterior was much more striking, as the interior primarily consisted of one large room, ...
The Ladies Court - a five storied structure looked more ornamental than any of the other structures – I’m sure it would have been a sight to behold in its hey day.
There was a marked difference too between the palaces built for his wives. Clearly his Hindi wife was most favoured with the largest of all the Palaces and a huge courtyard area.
The Emperor’s bedchamber ...