Hotel Yamuna View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... for the baby Taj (Itmad-us-dulha) which was built several years before the Taj Mahal. We were supposed to go there tomorrow, but went today, as we wanted to photograph the Taj Mahal, from a different angle (at sunset), being the North, looking south.
So after the baby Taj, we head to the gardens which are on the north side of the River from the Taj. Unfortunately, the light was not too great, so we left to go back to the hotel. Ciao for now!
... felt that lunch was in order so we went off to a restaurant. I’m pretty sure that prices are inflated in this tourist town and the fact that another family seated after us had paid and left before our food arrived meant that we all felt incredibly comfortable leaving without tipping.
The time had come to visit Agra Fort, a stunning palace with amazing architecture. The old Shah was actually imprisoned in this place and you could certainly think ...
... at this amazing wonder of the world. We have loved our time in Agra - for we have had success searching for Ness' family history and also for the amazing sights to be seen and enjoyed here. As once quoted, "even if Agra had nothing else, it would be worth the trip for the Taj Mahal alone - a sight that awakens the wonder and enthusiasm of the most blasť, world weary traveller..."
... was not the prettiest of towns and pretty congested full of messy little streets. After fighting through the traffic we eventually made it to our hotel - Clarks Shiraz. It was a pretty nice hotel full of staff that were sickeningly obsequious and kept telling us how wonderful it was that we were staying at the hotel.
After a lunch of a couple of veggie burgers we headed to see the sites. First came Agra Fort which was very impressive despite parts of it having been burned ...
... much as she died giving birth to her 14th child! After her death, the Emperor's health declined quickly and he died shortly after. Today, the couple are buried inside the Taj Mahal together. There are very romantic stories about their relationship and the Taj Mahal but I can't be bothered to write them so you'll have to google it! :) When Gill, Maja and I got to the Taj Mahal wearing our sarees it was really nice but a bit strange. Lots of people ...