Vikram Palace Hotel
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... our trip found us in what is known as The Golden Triangle of India: and was in sharp contrast to our time spent in rural Rajasthan. After Udaipur, we continued on the the Pink City, Jaipur. Jaipur is also home to another imposing and breathtakingly beautiful fort and palace - The Amer Fort - built in the hills about four kilometres outside of the city. The fort and palace complex is protected by a wall and series of gates not unlike the Great Wall in China. It is a massive Fort and ...
... most famous mausoleums in the world.
- The Agra Fort, built by Akbar as a Palace, and that his son became a military compound.
- The Itimad-Ud-daulah's Tomb mausoleum, built between 1622 and 1628 .
- The Mausoleum of Akbar the great, built between 1600 and 1613 .
- The tomb of Chini Ka Rauza, Prime ...
... for it. To construct a tomb in one's
lifetime was a Turkic custom which the Mughals followed religiously. Akbar's
sonJahāngīr completed construction of this pyramidal tomb in 1613. The 99 ...
... ganzen Tag zum Sightseeing brauchen, sondern auch Zeit in unseren Zimmern mit Klimaanlage haben. Es sollte sich als weise Entscheidung herausstellen, da wir in der Regel früh aufstanden um am frühen Nachmittag ins Hotel zurückzukehren und dieses dann nicht mehr zu verlassen. Eigentlich wäre ich liebend gern nach Jaisalmer gefahren, da die Festung hier laut unseres Reiseführers an Geschichten wie Aladdin erinnern soll und da ich liebend gerne auf einem Kamel durch die ...
... there was the magnificent Taj Mahal. Unfortunately, my pictures won't do it justice as there was quite a haze. To see it in person was breathtaking. It isn't a brilliant white any more because of air pollution but it is still spectacular. We had a couple of hours just to wander around the grounds and also visit the interior. It was also fun just people watching as there were lots of Indian families enjoying this famous ...