Lake Ghat Guest House
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A 3 for the looks but a big 5 for the feel
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... dark clouds started looming whilst we were at the Jantar Mantar and we just about made it to the safety of some shops across town before a storm hit - complete with hail! We had to shelter for almost an hour before it calmed down enough to walk back to the new town which required a lot of balancing and jumping between the pavement and sheltered shops. We also got to see goats, cows and pigs thoroughly enjoying the change of ...
... this hotel was a lake view one. So, when I reached Udaipur at 6 in the morning, it was freezing cold, so I headed straight to the hotel. Looking into the hotel from the road, my first impression was, damn I am so screwed! It looked like a small 3 storied building squeezed in a busy street!! I was like what have i done..
Nevertheless, since I had booked, I went in and was shown to my room. When I saw my room I was a bit relieved because the room was really good for ...
... during the wedding and had only just reopened today.
... by the lake which we had to ourselves and was lush. 1st real coffee in 10 days and was delish. Enjoying the 'ambiance' so stuck around for banana pakora and a lassi. 15 min tuctuc ride to an ornamental garden with fountains and a lotus pool made a good way to kill a few hours. Had another paparazzi session but they were all very polite and it was funny. I was taking pictures of them taking pictures of Lisa. The most surreal moment of the ...
... a massive centerpiece of a developing city.
Enjoy this beautiful piece of India's history. It takes you away from the images of the streets and into a completely different living class. Take your camera, pay the fee for a pass and enjoy marvelling in the incredible craftmanship in this building I truly believe was the home of this land's deities and peace that it to this day, still knows and cherishes. Ganesh welcomes you at the entrance. Enough said.