Jheel Guest House
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A really nice place tucked away by the lake with some awesome espresso coffee ! Rooms have a great view and are clean though basic ! price was 1800 for Sep 2013 and only three rooms with a good view so do book in advance..
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... day's sightseeing we had a wander round the City Palace and took a little boat tour around Lake Pichola; all very pleasant. Alongside some more boring exhibits (armoury... yawn), the City Palace housed very proudly Gandhi's glasses *. Having seen the waxwork, the flip flops and the glasses we must surely be on our way to a Gandhi full house.
*In the interests of full disclosure, I should note that the glasses were ...
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