Lake Ghat Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Ghat Guest House Udaipur
A 3 for the looks but a big 5 for the feel
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... seemingly magically knew our names instantly. Of the 80 rooms it was only 30% full and many of the other guests had gone to the City Palace or the mainland during the day, so we had the palace almost to ourselves by day. We had no sooner gone to the pool than towels were set out for us, cold water, ice ...
... of interesting facts and fiction with plenty of antiques to look at, also with audio sets you can go into your own world for a couple of hours without being sold something. We had a look around the motor collection before heading to our hotel for the night. We were staying in a Heritage hotel which are usually good but felt after the Taj it might be a bit of a downer but when we walked in the room ...
... After this we started chopping up the ingredients to make a vegetable biriyani (rice dish) and fruit raita (yoghurt fruit salady palate cleanser stuff, kind of a dessert). We got the raita made and in the fridge and the biriyani cooking on the stove before Rikah talked to us about her spice box, what was in it, and what everything was used for.
Soon enough the biriyani was cooked and we served it up (beautifully with silver leaf and fresh coriander on ...
... We watched the hobbit and stopped for dinner at a cute place with a sweet. shop! We had no dinner because we already ate, so Clíona had a chocolate icecream and miriam crisps. Sleeping wasnt so easy with the snores of the men and a very loud indian movie playing on the bus however exhaustion eventually took over and we got a few hours shut eye. Finishing the blog off in Mumbai now because we had no internet last night. Toodles Miriam and Clíona ...
We were catching the bus to udaipur at 7am this morning, as we went to leave the hotel we realised they had locked the front door so we couldn't get out. We couldn't find a light switch so was wondering around in the dark for about 15 minutes trying to find the receptionist. With no luck and worried we would miss the bus, Luke got the Tuk Tuk horn which was used in the restaurant area to get the attention ...