Usha Kiran Palace Hotel & Tower
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... arriving at Agra home of the Taj Mahal!
Usually a famous, much vaunted tourist spot can seem anti climatic when one actually gets to see it. This cannot be said of the Taj Mahal. It remains a sensational sight. Considering everyone has seen the classic view dozens of times it still makes an impact. It is not easy to describe just how big the structure is, but as one walks nearer the scale and beauty of the building increases with every ...
... to the coffee shop for breakfast prior to our update meeting at 10am. During the walk to the shop the visibility through the fog was less than 50 meters. On the way back it improved to about 80 meters which was still **** but we were trying to put positive fog clearing vibes out to the universe. Back at the hotel there wasn't really a weather update or a transportation update. This is frustrating as I understand I can't control the weather but I ...
... to minimise the devastating impact pollution is having on the Taj.
When we got there, the queue was already snaking its long way out onto the road with the ladies' queue twice the length of the men's queue. There goes the view of the Taj by sunrise! We were evidently going to be in the queue a while ...
Security is taken very seriously and we had to undergo thorough checking and frisking. It did seem as if ...
... trip to India would be complete without a pilgrimage to the Taj Mahal at dawn- even without finding ourselves standing in line with Sue Piggott and Clare Palmer! Agra has many other wonders, the overwhelming pull of the Taj meaning that you pretty much have them to yourself.
Pictures taken with hands of varying shakiness follow- some in poor light. A few more than usual, but there has been lots to ...
... as Charles' middle name!)
The only thing left on the list that we never managed to find was the house in which my grandfather and his brothers grew up in on Station Road. Confusingly there are 3 Station Roads and 7 years ago the Government changed all the house numbers so 146 Station Road no longer existed. Therefore we had no clue what the new number is now so we had pretty ...