Neelkanth Hotel

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 335/336 Intense India / L'intensitat d'Índia

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jul 15, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

Arribem a Agra i són només les 8 del matí. També hi ha caos a l'estació. Tot brut i empolsinat i ple d’homes que ens venen a oferir el taxi. I nosaltres: "No meter, no taxi" perquè no volem que ens enredin si no hi ha taxímetre. Penseu que arribar a l’estació de trens i buscar taxi és una tragèdia: surten homes per tot arreu: no es pot parlar amb un de sol, hi ha sempre 10 o 15 homes ...

Home of the Taj

A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on May 08, 2014

3 photos

... time. The runways and grass verges where lined with fighter planes and attack helicopters that looked like they were. fresh out of the box. No expense is spared when it comes to the military over here, poverty can wait it seems.
A nice air-coned taxi waited outside to bring us to our guesthouse in the centre of the city, a city that seemed asleep at two in the afternoon. No crazy traffic or beeping. No tuck-tuks and rickshaws bouncing off each other ...

Agra 29th March - 2nd April

A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Apr 02, 2014

7 photos

... when it was fortunately still so peaceful. The photos convey it better than I could explain it I feel.

You can also travel across the river and around to see the back view of the Taj which was also quite cool. On our adventure over there (it's quite a long way around and back) we met a pink camel and crossed a railway bridge above bathing buffalo. We also had another decent view of the Taj from our hotel's rooftop restaurant, it ...

Rafting the Ganga

A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Mar 15, 2014

Today was a day of pure madness but lots of fun. I'm not even sure what happened in the morning but by midday we were on our way to aloks shop to meet him to go rafting. We get there and surprise surprise alok not coming but me Bev and Vishendra head to the shop to meet the guys to go up the mountain start ...

India - Agra

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Feb 13, 2014

63 photos

... cost IR 750 for foreigners (IR 20 for locals), however, the price of each ticket includes a bottle of water and shoe covers. Then we had to make a line because for some reason the doors weren’t open yet. They finally opened the main gate at 7.00 when the line started to move. There were 4 types of lines: standard ticket men and standard ticket women (locals), higher value ticket holder men and higher value ticket women (foreigners). This meant that Tez and I were ...