Sarvar Guest House

Address: Manak Chowk, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Manak Chowk, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake and Garden.
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      India Trip 2015

      A travel blog entry by owengrogan on Feb 12, 2015

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      ... and the stations and equipment are unbelievably antiquated - right out of the Raj. There were plenty of monkeys on the way but unfortunately no tigers! On the way to Jodhpur we visited an amazingly intriguing Hindu or Buddhists temple. JODHPUR We checked in to the Umaid Bhawan Palace Hotel, part of the Raj group, to a great deal of 'pomp and circumstance'. This included a drum role on our arrival and an escort up the entrance stairs who carried a very traditional ...

      Highway Blues, Blue City

      A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Feb 02, 2015

      18 photos

      ... to Agra), and further west in Rajasthan, goats. Goats are not called goats for nothing, so silly is their road ethic. They run along the verge in a pack, looking a bit like hairy geese with horns, then they will suddenly veer into the flow of traffic, stop in their tracks and look around with such gormless expressions that you want to get out of the car and slap them. But they're goats and can't help it.

      The road is a river, or a conveyer belt that people and ...

      Headed home!

      A travel blog entry by arianapemberton on Jan 16, 2015

      ... a stock of entertainment. Besides all the stares and possible ****-talking, groups of Indians always ask to take a picture with you especially at touristy areas... I don't know what the reason is for this- maybe it's just to say they made American friends, or maybe they like to laugh about all the pictures with tourists with their friends and the joke is on us. At first this was kind of fun and cute, but we got pretty tired of being the ...

      Just Now in Jodhpur

      A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 31, 2014

      2 photos

      ... as bridegroom, and one of the giggling girls as bride.

      We got back to our hotel as it got dark. On the way we passed a blue painted archway, and S and I tried to engineer a Steve McCurry-in-Jodhpur moment - no such luck unfortunately. Just outside the Raas one of the guards, seeing us taking photos of the house across the street, pointed out a tree with hundreds of little birds, home to roost for the night. If he hadn’t pointed it out I would’ve missed ...

      The Blue City

      A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 15, 2014

      1 comment

      ... money M-O-N-E-Y.
      He : May I have a gob G-O-B of your water W-A-T-E-R?
      Me : No N-O.
      Exit Indian stage left.
      And believe it or not, that actually happened. This is India I-N-D-I-A. Oh, sorry, I must stop doing that now.
      Much of the time was spent exploring, and getting hopelessly lost; as I've said before, this is the best way to discover an Indian city - probably not just Indian! And spending that length of time there, you ...