Neelkanth Hotel

Address: 89, Bhagwan Talkies Chauraha, Bye Pass Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282003, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 89, Bhagwan Talkies Chauraha, Bye Pass Road, Agra.
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Travel Blogs from Agra

Day 39 Journey from Jaipur to Agra

A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 25, 2014

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... and religious symbols seemed to melt together in perfect harmony. After Fatephur Sikri, we headed for a quick and not very tasty lunch but then all was forgiven when I saw the magnificent Taj Mahal! I didn't realise there was a beautiful garden on the other side of the Taj Mahal but we headed there for sunset. It was called Mahtab Bagh which means the Moonlight Garden an extension of the Taj Mahal Gardens. It was an amazing sight even from afar. Tomorrow we ...

Taj Mahal!

A travel blog entry by markjoy on Sep 02, 2014

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... And yes I know this is only in case of people who have a "roof on their house" ( Dutch expression). And yes we are fortuned to travel but never forget what we do to make that happen. And yes I'm really happy my crib was in my parents house.

Why I'm writing this?

I think it is ridiculous to have kids begging, pulling your shirt, following you, yelling at you, angry the brutal way , at you because I am not Sinterklaas/ or Santa and also not traveling around with ...

Agra

A travel blog entry by vikasrij on Jun 16, 2014

29 photos

... stones like in the taj ITC had a nice pool and spa, but couldn't partake of the spa (they claim it is Asia's largest spa) Kids were very impressed with the Taj Mahal Next morning, me and Saavan went to the 'other' fort, fatiprasi.....which was the castle of Akbar The great who married a Muslim wife, a Hindu wife, and a Christian wife to rule ...

Road trip to Rishikesh ☀️

A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Apr 05, 2014

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... rules of being happy and one is to always say 'weee' as it's physically impossible to do so without smiling') ! �� For dinner we took a long walk over both bridges so we could see both sides of the river and the different shops, which took a good 40 minutes and we then got a Rickshaw (tuc tuc) up the hill to a restaurant called 'Nirvana bistro' which was a hut made out of bamboo, where the trees are growing through the ...

The Taj!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Nov 30, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... and mausoleums already the Taj would not live up to the hype surrounding it. But it definitely did!! It was truly breath taking. The Taj was built by a man,Shah Jahan for his 3rd wife's tomb and he was placed here with her on his death. it was completed in 1653. Very beautiful and the detail and workmanship in it are astounding.

We headed back to the hotel for breakfast and got a Rickshaw'carriage pulled along by a bicycle' to take us ...