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... last half mile to the palace; elephant, jeep, or car. We chose the car and were glad we did, since the jeep and elephant rides were tourist gimmicks. From the top of the palace we could see a line of 30 elephants carrying two tourists and the mahout (driver). Some of the elephants were beautifully decorated, but essentially it was a conveyor belt made of elephants walking tail to trunk. Later our guide, who opposes all elephant rides, showed us that most of the ...
... of Delhi and this was when we first encountered the real India.
The traffic was not too bad as it was a Sunday afternoon but still
the combination of bikes, rickshaws ( cycles with passenger seats), auto rickshaws ( motorcycles with passenger seats like a small three
wheeler car) cars and trucks with relative anarchy of turning and
lane usage was interesting to say the least.There were lots of
satellite dishes on the top of buildings however there was not ...
... and thought it should have arrived by now. I checked the arrivals and departures board with one eye and saw our train leaving with the other. I said "it's changed platforms, quick, run"! We charged after it like a pair of galloping Usain Bolt's and would have caught it, but we ran out of platform. What made bad, worse is that he had a flight back to Europe the following morning and i had a domestic flight to Calcutta. I said lets go back to the ticket counter and ...
... of a development was essentially the palace of Shah Jahan, and the grounds were enormous while also bearing the same level of intricate craftsmanship that the Taj Mahal displayed, along with the plethora of symmetrical features.
By the time we had finished the tour of Agra Fort, it was just around noon, and the heat was reaching its daily pinnacle. With nothing else planned, we escaped into our nicely air conditioned vehicle and drove back to Delhi. For the remainder of ...
it is one of the most populous cities in Uttar Pradesh.It is a major tourist destination because of its many splendid Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Tāj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpūr ...
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