Jai Vilas, Jaipur

C-42, Jyoti Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302015, India | Hotel
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The Rambagh Palace

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav


... pool was not as warm as the Oberoi but that made it all the more refreshing. We had a nice meal there and watched the birds come to drink at the pool including parrots, doves and peacocks. Various film stars are staying at the hotel while filming nearby and Richard Gere came and sunbathed for a while nearby. Later that night we had cocktails and a meal on the lawn, including an excellent spaghetti bolognaise. One of the waiters who heard I liked the sweet treat ...

Trains and tuc-tucs

A travel blog entry by herenorthere


... swerve goats, chickens, cows and pigs who choose to stand in the middle of 4 lanes of traffic. Unfortunately the trip was slightly marred by being dragged to various shops 'So Sir what material would you like us to make you a suit in?' Urmm i couldn't possibly carry a suit around, no problem we'll ship it home for you. Oh well we haven't brought much money out, no problem pay at your hotel later on! For goodness sake i don't want i suit! So Sir..shall we look at carpets ...


A travel blog entry by escape_the_race


... to the snivelling man for the rest of the flight! This kind of behaviour is considered 'normal' in India. We did manage to get one up on him however, as he was keen to look out of the plane window which we (aka Steve) covered with the newspaper as we pretended to read - small things! We got a taxi to our hotel called Krishna's Palace - a charming family owned hotel in the outskirts of Jaipur. The owner is so proud that his hotel is in our rough guide book and couldn't do enough ...

An Indian cinema extravaganza!

A travel blog entry by lauralamble

Today was another (there seem to be hundreds of them) public holiday, and so the nice air conditioned bus to Jaipur wasn't running. This meant we had to take a government bus, which was a whole new experience in comfort (or lack of it!). We finally made it to Jaipur, which is quite a large Indian city, and a top spot on the tourist trail here in India, making up one corner of the so called Golden Triangle (Delhi and Agra ...

The beginning of the end.

A travel blog entry by beth.india


... although they tend to get a little ruff once they have started to play, one kicked my bad foot :( ouch!!
got back, had a little to eat, showered and headed out to jaigarh fort, the military fort for the kings of amber palace. Back up the zig zag roads sweating crazy,(oh btw it's 39 degrees today! With no wind!) got up there a little busier than tiger fort and more white people, it was an abandoned fort with a couple of little museums ...

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This hotel, located on C-42, Jyoti Marg, Jaipur, is near Jantar Mantar - Jaipur, Albert Hall Museum, Shesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), and Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing.
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