Hotel Yamuna View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... artisan who has made the more expensive item. After shaking of the hands and the guilt applied – I mean, how can we refuse? The ‘piece de resistance’ is held until last. Three baby marble elephants inlaid with turquoise, lapis, moonga is held as a tempting treat in front of the children. A gift from the owner if we buy both.
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... to modern day Ludo game where people served as the playing pieces.
... you from America, I like, you will like my shop! Come, Come now! Come see! One little boy caught my eye and followed us all the way to the ticket window. He was absolutely charming and knew he had me hooked the second he walked up to me with his sweet freckled face and smile that could melt ANYONE’s heart. He stuck out his hand and said, hello! My name is Prince, what is your name? I said “Annabelle” he said WOW! That is a very beautiful name, ...
... in Agra. It had opened fifteen days earlier so everything was new. The only thing that hadn't been finished was the entrance roadway. We had to drive around back on a dirt road to get to it.
On Saturday morning, our driver (the same one was with us the entire time) met us at 8AM along with a guide who took us to the Taj Mahal. We bought our tickets, then took an electric bus about one-half mile to the entrance to ...
... in the whole of India. It is surrounded by impressive fortifications and no less than two moats, one alive with man-eating crocodiles, and the other a dry moat with prowling tigers. If escape was impossible, Shah Jahan could end his days gazing across at his beautiful gleaming edifice where the remains of his beloved Mumtaz lay and still lie to this day. On his death in 1666, his remains were placed next to hers in the underground chamber beneath the ...