Rajmahal Hotel Agra
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... had designed the Taj was put under house arrest after the completion so that he couldn't design anything else. Overall, the Taj Mahal made us feel at peace even though we were surrounded by a lot of people. Walking around the whole building you are surrounded by only white marble every where you looked at your feet and then you look up and all you see is white and beautiful inlaid precise stones that were in a flower design. You can feel all alone and at ...
... because the Taj was just as stunning as the pictures.
On the way out, the David Attenborough in me took over as I saw a monkey eating a banana in the street. So I obviously got up fairly close to take a few snaps. It was only when I turned to walk away that he ran at me with his fangs showing and swiping at my legs. I have never moved so fast. Lesson...monkeys are ...
... and semiprecious gemstones. Unfortunately a lot of looting of the gemstones were done during the British occupation resulting in the gemstones being replaced with paints instead.
The Taj Mahal complex is bounded on three sides by crenellated red sandstone walls, with the river-facing side left open. Outside the walls are several additional mausoleums, including those of Shah Jahan's other wives, and a larger tomb for Mumtaz's ...
... siehe Fotos!) Ein paar der Gruppe fahren mit dem
Boot raus, aber der Holzkutter sieht mir auf dem Fluss in dem ab und
zu mal ne tote Ziege vorbeischwimmt nicht allzu vertrauenswürdig
aus. Ich finde es auch so richtig schön. Dann früh ab ins Bett,
schließlich müssen wir morgen um halb 6 am Eingang des Traum aus
weißem Marmor stehen. Beim Nachhauseweg treff ich zufällig noch
Stephan. So ein Zufall, wir hätten uns eigentlich erst morgen
verabredet, aber wenn das ...
... in until the gatekeeper put together extensions to the queing line, this can only be done once the doors are open. Again Mr Taj carried these rather heavy looking pieces of metal whilst the others looked on. Once the task was complete and he'd done his safety checks, then and only then, were we allowed in. Just prior to him opening the gates Fred enquired as to when we were required to place the covers over ...