Rawla Rawatstar

D-194-A, Jagdish Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302 001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on D-194-A, Jagdish Marg, Jaipur, is near City Palace of Udaipur, Lake Pichola, Garden of the Maidens (Sahelion Ki Bari), and Shilpgram.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaipur

    I "fort" we were seeing elephants

    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Mar 18, 2014

    27 photos

    ... pain-staking planning that we undertook prior to the trip, was paying dividends. Along our way, we had met many people and obviously chatted. The results of which, indicated that India is a place where you need to be ahead of the game and plan. To this point, we had come across few Australians: a few were resident at the Ratan Haveli Hotel. With whom we swapped our experiences and had good times.


    Good Place Jaipur but not really the best

    A travel blog entry by plawanrath on Mar 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... would show me all the places to see in Jaipur and finally drop me to my hotel. I started my tour from Birla Temple. That place was ok, just like any temple. I went there, and came back quickly as we had less time and more places to see.

    From there I went to Albert Hall. This place is sort of a museum of the Kings of Rajasthan, the various things they wore, used, etc. I went around the place and came back to my auto and we moved on. So, ...

    The Craving

    A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 16, 2014

    2 comments, 88 photos

    ... Amber, an ethereal example of Rajput architecture, rises from a rocky mountainside about 11 km northeast of Jaipur - LP. We hire Mohamed's services on this reasonably sunny day (for once) and head off to see the fort. It really is amazing to walk on history like this. The winding stone pathway up the mountain was designed to make it harder for invading forces to get any forward momentum, while the intimidating sandstone walls loom overhead. The palace chambers, the armory, the ...

    Monkey Temple

    A travel blog entry by steve_julie on Dec 10, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... in about 1200). In the cave there are candles and incense burning and two more "holy" men. One of them points to a diagram that has pictures of gods and a cow. He grumbles some important hoo-ha about the triangle of blah blah and the sacredness of the cow. Then they smear some orange **** on our foreheads and ask for a donation for the temple. Steve pulls out a ten and the youngest, most officious one of three, says, "No tens. 100." Julie actually laughs ...

    The Pink City

    A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Nov 11, 2013

    22 photos

    ... a little insistent that I had a train to catch in 30mins and so the driver passes my ticket to the motor bike stuck next to it who's look of shock at the task in hand was far from reassuring! My man realised the mission that now stood in front of him actually securing his fare fee and so off we went - no one was getting past us and no gap was to small for him to nudge his nose into. I've had some hairy and rushed tuktuk rides in the past but I've got to say this guy did ...