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... this is the great juxtaposition. India is home to some of the most beautiful monuments, temples, fortresses and castles I have ever seen. From its soil springs fields of grain, jungles, fruit trees and bushes bearing luscious scents of frangipani and Jasmine. From village to village, its sons and daughters cram into rickshaws, minivans and bicycles in their sky blue kurtis and shirts to make the journey to school - all of them carrying with them the same hope for the future that kids ...
... into the mausoleum. It was made by a prince in memoriam of his lovely wife, who died in labor.
Inside it has diamonds, amber, turqoises, jade, lapis, malachite, agate, sapphire, amethyst, quartz and coral.
Outside, itīs made all of marble, which colors change with the sunshines.
Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh State. Its official language is Hindi but most people speak English too. ...
... tables and chairs or couches for lounging. Everything was colorful and flowing in the breeze. On the grass there were several spherical 5-ft tall candelabras filled with tea lights. And more beautifully dressed tables and chairs. Onto the food. They had the same passed appetizers as the previous nights but much more also. There was a whole line at the back of typical Indian street foods. Then two full buffet lines and bread stations with traditional Indian fare. Then a ...
... at 10am which gave us a little more time – we used every bit of it !
We went for breakfast first – buffet style which had plenty to choose from and as a cappacino was included, I had one which gave me my morning fix !
Showered, clothes from yesterday’s rain were now dry and packed away, last minute emails cleared and then down to the front desk to pay for our lunch and dinner and exchange some ...
... recommended we try a small restaurant called Pinch of Spice across the street for the "best Indian food" in the area. We decided to go and were really surprised at how nice it was inside ( looked like a modern Seattle or Chicago restaurant), how inexpensive it was and lastly how good the food was. Many others of our group were there and we all agreed that it was a great recommendation.