Hotel Yamuna View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... other sights - Agra Fort and the " baby Taj" - built before the Taj Mahal for nobles and used as a model for the Taj. I have to say that much of that information went in one ear and out of the other.... I was and still am mesmerised by the Taj and its' history. We were done by lunchtime so have been relaxing by the pool - a definite necessity - and are just prepping ourselves for the "First class" sleeper south of here to a place called Katni. From there a 3 hour transfer to ...
... t stop the fort being lovely though and having a great view of the Taj Mahal, too!!
After that we went back to the hotel where we freshened up - thank goodness, as in 37-40 degrees, I feel like I need a shower every time I step out of the door!!
We then met at 4pm and took Tuk Tuks to the Taj Mahal (as you do on a Tuesday!).
My, oh my. What a wonder of the world. If the architecture in Delhi was underwhelming, this, ...
... from Ajay and Minni’s house, before we were scheduled for a flight to whisk us away to the north of India. And so, we left their wonderful home, feeling richer for having known them. Our first stop after our plane landed, was Agra, with a short stopover in Delhi to catch a train. This would prove trickier than we could have anticipated.
It shouldn’t have been simpler. We landed at Delhi airport, and easily caught a metro into the heart of the city, directly to ...
... or liked him). The journey to the hotel was... Interesting. The surrounding areas were getting worse, and more slum-like. When we eventually got to our hotel, we were in the middle of a very poor slum town. Not the best area to be staying in in Mumbai! We had a look in our hotel and it was nothing like the photo. We angrily told them we were not staying there and marched off in the rain to find somewhere else. The slums ...
We broke the trip from Rishikesh to Agra into two trips - stopping in Delhi overnight for a break. There's only so much traffic you can take in a day! The three hour trip from Delhi to Agra took around four hours. The roads were a little better, dual carriageways with people mostly staying on their side of the road, and there were elephants replacing water buffalo as the beast of burden. We further broke the trip up by stopping of in Mathura - the birthplace ...