The Radha Ashok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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All but Soren slept soundly and got needed rest. We managed to get up, have breakfast and meet our driver and only be 15 minutes late, which is pretty good for us. Weston woke up hungry which was a great sign and after a full breakfast was himself again. Soren was hungry as well but couldn't conclude if he should eat or not, so he slowly went with some staples like bread and bananas. Nearly five hours to Agra we were on the road where everyone leveraged the first ...
Mathura is the birthplace of Krishna at the centre of Braj or Brij-bhoomi, called Shri Krishna Janma-Bhoomi, Ramayana. In the epic, the Ikshwaku prince Shatrughna slays a demon called Lavanasura and claims the land. Afterwards, the ...
... so all of us walked down to the corner.
I realised it was an advertisement for hair replacement therapy so we had Doug and Jeff pose in front of the billboard much to the amusement of some men standing by. Shots obtained, back we went to the hotel to get our luggage and check out.
We were ready on time and our driver Joshie and assistant driver Khan were there too. Both put on their seat belts – we ...
... Khana, the 'drum-house' entrance at Agra Road
Its architect was Tuhir Das and was constructed using Indian principles Influences from Hindu and Jain architecture are seen hand in hand with Islamic elements. The building material used in all the buildings at Fatehpur Sikri, palace-city ...
... or cameras were allowed in to the area where we would be wandering and we were DEVASTATED when we walked in and saw everything! Some things, I need to learn, are ok to just have in your memory. The complex was really enormous. We were two of the only western tourists there. Most people were Indian tourists or locals who had come to pay respects and pray to Krishna. This is a VERY important historical sight in India. Krishna is the god of love and he is the sort of ...