A room fit for a queen. While the saying gets thrown around quite often, the Taj Lake Palace takes this statement to an entirely different level. Located in the middle of Lake Pichola, the decadent marble palace was originally built by Maharana (ruler) Jagat Singh II of Udaipur in 1746. It first became world renowned when it was featured as the secluded lair of “Octopussy’s” eponymous Bond girl back in the early 1980’s.
Perri Rothenberg is a traveling creative whose passions lie within all elements of design and culture, often influenced by travel, exploration and language. Perri left her life in the United States to pursue a career within Content Marketing at the world's largest hotel search in Germany. On the weekends, she seeks to expose the world's most photogenic coffee shop corners, undiscovered boutiques and immense mountain ranges on her travel journal, WHERE IS PER.