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

Agra, the magic of the Taj Mahal

A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Apr 18, 2015

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... was yet another crowd to fight to get up the stair cases in order to exist the station. As much as I am equipped to deal with them, I do not love crowds and cannot wait to get back to the quietness of my home where there is no crowd to fight, where I can drive my car around and not worry about cheating rickshaw drivers and where I can just speak normally and people can understand me. Above all, I miss my friends. I am quite ready to say goodbye with this incredible ...

Agra fort and around

A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Mar 20, 2015

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... done but Mannur had to get in one more visit, albeit a commissioned based visit! He dropped us close to the hotel at a "carpet factory" and here we were shown the process of carpet making. The owner was pleasant enough, no hard sell and showed us around. They actually had pictures of lambs from over NZ as they use a lot of Merino wool in the carpets which made us very homesick. We persevered for about 10mins and once we explained we had no money to buy these lovely carpets we ...

Agra's Red Fort......better the 2nd time around!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 03, 2015

51 photos

... a palace in Emperor Shah Jahan’s time to eventually become his prison after he lost power to his son in 1658.

The Emperor was the person who built the Taj Mahal in memory of his deceased wife. In the distance, I could see the famous structure through a thick haze of fog. What a sight! ...

The Taj was finger lickin' good

A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Nov 28, 2014

7 comments, 26 photos

... 8217;s 261 people per square kilometre. Those figures of course don’t include the thousands of tourists pouring into the region daily to visit Agra, home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal.

Thinking back to Spring last year when Graham and I were in the early planning stages of our travels, India was included mainly driven by our desire to see the ...

Yoga, rafting and massage

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on May 21, 2014

... taking a walk to swag ashram to watch an evening show they perform at sunset. I couldn't see a thing it was crowded with Indians pushing and shoving each other. I gathered it was similar to the show at varanasi where the performers get big lamps lit up with candles and move them round in a circular fashion. It was more fun to people watch. It got to a part in the show where they passed the lamps round for people to circle. People literally dove at the lamps and once ...