The Oasis Hotel

44 Bansal Nagar, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 44 Bansal Nagar, Agra, is near Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Panch Mahal - Agra, and Lower Haramsara.
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    Travel Blogs from Agra

    Day 335/336 Intense India / L'intensitat d'Índia

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jul 15, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... El sopar ha estat realment deliciós, la cuina índia ens ha captivat: els curris, els pans, el tandoori. Tot boníssim. Després, a la tornada, en John i l’Ariana s’han quedat a veure una estona del partit de futbol.

    Avui quan hem fet skype amb els meus pares, ens hem adonat que tornem diumenge. És increïble que ja tornem.

    8am, arrival ...

    Home of the Taj

    A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on May 08, 2014

    3 photos

    ... of this massive red brick fort. The gates almost resembling those of a old prison. it used to be the seat of power in India, but is most famous as the holding cell for Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the Taj's builder, though whom his son overthrew him and imprisoned him here, where he spent the rest of his days viewing his perfect creation for his late wife, behind bars.
    After a spot of lunch and a short siesta, we headed off that evening to see the 'Baby Taj'. ...

    Agra 29th March - 2nd April

    A travel blog entry by edinburghb on Apr 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and back to the station in record time, even enduring a few whacks of the stick from a policeman when he entered a no rickshaw area to drop us closer! We rushed onto the platform with 5 minutes to spare - so not quite as dramatic as the Hampi train but still not something I wanted to endure!

    Fatehpur sikri nightmare - buses were awful, only just made the train (again!) baby cut head, tyre burst, rickshaw driver saved us!



    A travel blog entry by grizpdx on Mar 19, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... fondness for India". I couldn't agree more. It is creeping under our skin. It is a mess, a Hot mess. But I love hot messes. Most of my friends and myself have been Hot Messes one or more times in our lives. That's when I love them the most.
    Traveling is not easy here. Examination of life is not easy. Sometimes I think about life at home and it seems like a million miles away and a million differences away. ...

    It's everything you think and more

    A travel blog entry by rrastorfer on Feb 18, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... systems in their villages. It's hard to set that side by side with the reality that this country also has had some of the most sophisticated systems for a very long time, but somehow, some basic refinements haven't made their way down to the general welfare. So that's the observation about Indian life that I will make for this post, and I think next time I will talk about the art of Indian salesmanship. I am writing this post from Jaipur and so, til next time, namaste.