Hotel Sanjay Royal
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sanjay Royal Mathura
everything is filthy, people are even rude, do go there
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... impressive in a different way. The inlayed patterns in the marble are intricate and unexpected.
One other unexpected event was a funeral procession. Suddenly as we were trying to cross the street, we saw a body, covered in a sheet and sprinkled with colored water and flowers, being carried by hand and followed by the mourners.
Sights: the Taj
Tastes: home cooked meal!!
Feels: don't touch anything
... the capitol we visited in Washington with the kids! Where you could hear each other across the room based even if you were whispering, BUT only if you were seated in a very specific place. Taryn and I played with that for a while and we tipped the ladies 50 rupees. They were upset we wouldn’t give them 50 each, so then we did do the “quickly, quickly, run away!” move.....
There were some men doing construction on the inside of ...
... arrive at the Holiday Inn, about 4 ks from the Airport. We bid our driver farwell and offer him a tip for his services.
Once we are in the hotel lobby i feel very relived that we have made it. 15 days in India without having an accident or getting sick. What a great feeling. I now feel a sense of accomplishment and so does Shauna.
Tomorrow we fly out to Dubai
... His boss comes along and shows him how to do it more quickly and he speeds up a bit - but not much. An Amercian in the men's queue gets a bit irate. Eventaully one wndow opens - not ours - and everyone bunches round. We get our tickets and Ricky takes us out to get on a bus. As there's not one leaving very soon he suggests we fork out 100IR for a rickshaw and we agree to ensure we get in quickly before the sun rises. We find oursleves in another ...
... screens adorned with exquisite lattice work. The walls of the verandah are filled with holy inscriptions from the Koran. This mausoleum is venerated especially by childless couples, who come on pilgrimage to invoke the blessing of the saint. Jami Masjid Built by Akbar in 1571 at a cost of 5 lakh rupees, Jami Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India. The walls of the mosque are decorated with excellent marble tracery and exquisite paintings that demand your ...
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