Usha Kiran Palace Hotel & Tower
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... gardens, since Muslims forswear alcohol, I was told that the whole garden is meant to serve as a recreation of the Garden of Eden, and that in paradise Muslim traditions says that we will be permitted to drink wine, although on earth it is forbidden. The planted areas of the gardens are lovely in and of themselves, and in Shah Jahan’s time they were significantly lower than the paths through the garden, allowing passerby to literally reach over and pluck ...
... Another time the driver showed amazing skill by performing a maneuver of getting a run up a small muddy hill and then quickly turning the bus sideways just in time to avoid the parked trucks. Needless to say there were claps and cheers all round. He squeezed that bus through places that looked impossible. Interestingly, sometimes the truck jam would clear for a half kilometre, only to form again for the next 10 km. I honestly have no idea ...
... the Agra traffic, we heard a siren on and off...it took us a moment to realise that the siren was from OUR car...and it took a few more moments to stifle the hysterics. Now this was definitely a first.
We went to Sadar Bazar, Agra's shopping destination - more a street of shops than a bazaar. Spent ages in the Modern Book Depot, the best bookshop in Agra - and I stocked up on about 1.5 years' worth of books (at a reading rate of about 15 books a year). B's KPI of getting ...
... to assembled public, what emperor said sitting on his throne.
Single piece Onyx Stone used as throne of emperor is worth a click.
This fort is known for the place where Emperor Shah Jahan was house-arrested by his own son. He spent his last years seeing Taj Mahal from distance. View of Taj Mahal is illusive with zoom in and zoom out effect at various places of the fort.
... to the Red Fort in Delhi, but I figured it was worth a look. Everywhere you look, there is incredible architecture and fine details constructed of red sand stone and white marble. I will forever be in awe of the ability of the workers who created these works of art, this one built somewhere around 1630, with only simple tools, elephants and their bare hands. The grounds continue to be maintained with meticulous care and only increase the beauty and integrity of ...