Rawla Rawatstar

Address: 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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    Old India and Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Mar 27, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... Jodhpur and it suddenly felt quite chaotic again so we negotiated a tuk-tuk to drop us at the central clock tower which is a very clear landmark near to several cheap hotels. Being asked for 150 rupees and us paying 50 seems to be the norm in Rajasthan- perhaps we drive a particularly hard bargain, or maybe the drivers are scared of Hannah when she gets serious?!

    A Nepalese family run Jodhpur Heritage Haveli hotel and it was spot on for our needs- well located, cheap, ...


    A travel blog entry by katierock90 on Feb 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... same, because when it was first created the ruling kind wanted everything to be the same- even now the shopkeepers can't change them. Mandy then took us up on the rooftops so we could see Jaipur from above. In the evening we went to watch a Bollywood film called Dolly be Dolly but not before Mandy rested us all to traditional Indian drink called Lassi! The film was really good fun and despite not being able to understand the language you could follow what was ...

    Introducing India and Jaipur

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 12, 2014

    59 photos

    ... took us and after almost an hour we arrived at the car park. Abu then acted as our guide and showed us around. There were cows everywhere as there are in Jaipur (all over the streets and roads – they are considered extremely holy and it is a serious offense to kill a cow in India). There were also, as you would expect, Monkeys everywhere. We visited a small temple that paid homage to Hanuman (the Monkey God) before we fed some Monkeys flowers and walked around. The ...

    Taj Mahal and cricket in the monkey park

    A travel blog entry by joshonthemove on Mar 18, 2014

    ... was ecstatic. Before we left we saw some monkeys playing with clothes on a clothes line and then a worker next to is heard us laughing and saw what was happening. Apparently it was his house so he ran after em and threw a few rocks at them. Haha. Funny ****. Stupid monkeys. Then he dropped us off at the gate to Taj Mahal. We found a camel pulling a wagon that we rode for 200 rupees. A group of youths followed us and then ...

    Long unexpected day- day 7

    A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 12, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... t recite it off like the other guides, instead he told us the interesting and some fun facts. Like...how doorways were built low so cocky Rajastan men, who walk all tall and mighty (as we've seen) HAVE to bow their heads when entering a room! He also told us thya Indian people don't go on tours for facts and figures, they just want to know what movie was filmed there!

    We walkedn through the four courtyards, admired the impressive ...