Gomti Hotel

Address: 6, Sapru Marg, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 226 001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6, Sapru Marg, Agra, is near British Residency, Chowk, Aminabad, and Constantia.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Agra

Day 28- Taj Mahal, Red forte and the Baby Taj

A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Oct 28, 2014

... He invited us all to his house where his wife and daughters had cooked up an Indian feast! As there were 22 of us we sat on the roof terrace. His place was 3 stories but very narrow and small considering he said 10 people live there! His wife had been up since 4am cooking, she made her own yoghurt, aloo curry, Roti's, gelabi- a deep fried batter which us sweetened in honey syrup, some other breads, pineapple jam, fruit, masala chai. It was gorgeous!! After breakie ...

Agra -Delhi

A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 10, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... for her father. The King was taken with her beauty and paid an exorbitant amount for the diamond. Three years later they were married even though she did not come from the right class and against the wishes of the kings father. The King had 2 earlier wives who were barren . Once married to his third wife he asked the other two wives to leave the palace and had residences for them at another location, The King and queen were inseparable ...

Agra and Varanasi

A travel blog entry by haukimn on Nov 22, 2013

14 photos

... afar on day 1, I was up at 5am the next day (waking up here is no problem, huge Muslim area so i have a loudspeaker with the prayer call right outside my window) and one of the first in the queue for when it opened at sunrise. Slightly foggy as the pictures will show but stunning structure, carvings and calligraphy all in marble...all that for a man who missed his dead wife! I refrained however from taking a Princess Diana style picture on the bench as there too many tour groups ...


A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Oct 11, 2013

18 photos

... instructed to wait by the Tuk Tuk with the luggage. Steve was lead by the driver to find the right bus and spoke to the conductor to confirms how much it was. They came back to grab the bags to load them aboard. He made sure we were settled. He and his driving partner had restored our faith in Tuk Tuk drivers - both so kind and thoughtful. We paid the man 400 rupees, way more than the agreed fare and he was pleased as punch, and so were we.

Delhi here we ...


A travel blog entry by eriklang on Apr 27, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... Although Babi and Sajit were content to wait on me outside, I felt bad for them, and invited them to join me for dinner. I bought a sampler meal, and we all had a nice time. It was fun getting to know Babi, whose 58 year-old father still works laboriously pedaling a bicycle rickshaw. Because I really liked Babi, and didn’t have any solid plans for my last day in Agra, I struck a deal with him to meet me the next morning and take me ...