Hotel Shree Residency
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... stroll around the gardens we headed out of the Taj's grounds and headed back to the hotel. In the evening we had a meal in the Shiraz's rooftop restaurant where we were entertained to some local music (which I am sure had a story but as it was in Hindi we had no idea what it was). We were treated to the usual level of over-service with several waiters attending to our needs, particularly after John complained about a dodgy lassi. After dinner we retired to our room with ...
... for a long time, unfortunately I hopelessly overpaid for the most uncomfortable fake CK boxers that only lasted a wash or two. After consulting with google and trip advisor I went to the
highly rated “Backpackers” travel service on Sudderstreet, owned by three brothers. The guys were friendly and helpful and I booked a 3 day boat tiger safari in the Sundarban reserve leaving the following morning. The 3 day trip was a great experience; it was a long ride ...
... the apartment to sleep. First we stopped at a market and looked around and Tutsa knew we wanted to get henna done so he took us to a little stand to get out hands done with henna while he got his shoes shined lol. The henna was incredible!! And we had to hold our hands out and not touch anything for hours afterwards! little boys almost threw water balloons at us while we were talking! March 17th is a huge festival all through out India and we were missing it!! It ...
... 500 meters of the Taj, and an LED display on site gives a daily report on air pollution. The next stop was Agra Fort, an impressive feat of defensive impressiveness. We wandered around for a few hours, exploring staircases and passing more armed guards, which seem to be everywhere. After a lunch stop and Mark's stomach freaking out with a delayed case of "Delhi belly", we made our way to a famous monument/palace. We ended up ...
... walkway, which has formal gardens on both sides. Once we reached it, we put on shoe covers to go upstairs; then we went inside to walk around the tombs of Shah Jahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Once outside, we walked around the building, then took our leave. We decided to go for supper at Pizza Hut, next door to our hotel. I finally caught the cold that's been circulating in the group, so ended the night in ...