Zee Hotel

Address: Tourist Complex Area, (Near Taj Crossing), Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tourist Complex Area, (Near Taj Crossing), Agra, is near Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Panch Mahal - Agra, and Birbal Bhavan.
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Travel Blogs from Agra

Agra, the magic of the Taj Mahal

A travel blog entry by augustwanderer on Apr 18, 2015

18 photos

... land called India. The rickshaw ride back was uneventful. I disregarded the rickshaw drivers quoting me Ru150 and used the prepaid service at the police station which charged Ru100. I guess I have been paying more but again, I am a girl traveling alone and I should count my blessings and think of it as a great mercy that I haven't been robbed, pick-pocketed, raped or killed in this city yet, the most offense this city has done to me was to cheat me out of a few dollars and I think I can let that ...

Words have finally failed me.....

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Feb 19, 2015

217 photos

... perfect ending to a perfect day, with blue lights and lanterns floating in the trees above us (along with monkeys) and some more amazing Indian food!

We can’t wait for tomorrow and I am going to be honest, I can’t WAIT for bed.... Once again, I am not going to proof read this for errors, because 1. I know there are tons, and 2. I am just TOO worn out! 3. I don’t think any of you are judging me toooooo much....

So, how you ...

Three Not So Sacred Spaces--or Are They?

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 19, 2015

3 comments, 22 photos

... about selling near it.

Agra was the capital of the Moghul Empire on and off for hundreds of years, and its Red Fort, like the Red Fort in Delhi, was constructed at the orders of Shah Jahan for defensive purpose and as the symbolic ruling center of a great empire. But the Taj Mahal was built for very different reasons. It was a tomb and a tribute to Shah Jahan’s late, beloved wife Mumtaj Mahal, who bore him 24 children. The elegant mausoleum took ...

Taj Mahal and Agra

A travel blog entry by porterth on Feb 07, 2015

14 photos

... one larger one that contains the remains of the king who built the Taj Mahal and the other smaller one for his wife who died in childbirth having their 14th(!) child. That is all that is inside the building!!! Outside, there is a terrace that overlooks a river and the rest of Agra. The pictures tell most of the story, so I won't go into detail here.

From the Taj Mahal, we visited two artisan sites - both ...

The train journey.

A travel blog entry by figiel on Dec 24, 2014

... And i don't mean in the emergency lane, I mean everywhere, no 3 lanes, but in both directions, and sometimes truck heading say North, would be lined up in the South bound lanes. Our small bus was small enough to JUST squeeze in between waiting trucks, on the outside of them, sometimes through opposite lanes, sometimes by going into the fields on the side of the road. A few times the bus got stuck, and we all had to get out and walk for a ...