Saniya Palace Inn
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We did not stay here, but we did go here for dinner to watch the sunset over the Taj Mahal. The view was incredible and the food was delicious. I would recommend this place to EVERYONE!!
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Sizzling 44°C when we stepped out of the train in Agra on Monday afternoon. Still we got our act together and went to visit Agra Fort, where the builder of the Taj Mahal was imprisoned by his own son and only got to see his wife's shrine from the window... kind of sad! Then to the so called baby Taj on the other side of the river and finally to see …
Another late arrival meant we couldn't be too fussy on rickshaw or hotel. Luckily our first option was acceptable and although already dark you could see the imposing silouette of the Taj from the roof top restaurant. The first glimpse left us eager for the sunrise so we set our alarm for 5:45 am. Up we got all excited only to find clouds and rain …
Day 1: February 13, 2014
We arrived in Agra at 8.30, 2 hours later of what we were supposed to but this was actually good because the worst time to look for accommodation is either really early in the morning or late at night meaning that 6.30 would be a really bad time to arrive.
When we got off the train we went to the prepaid …
... has too much information). I think I'll try to stay away from the trains as much as possible!
Number 1 on my wish list to see in India was the Taj Mahal. As you may know, the Taj was built by Shaj Jahan as a mausoleum for his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died giving birth to their 14th (!!) child. Legend has it that the emperor was so broken-hearted by the death of Mumtaz that his hear turned grey overnight. Construction started in 1631 and the ...