The Bristol Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... and a third working in Chicago. There were even two grand-daughters in Sydney! She was clearly very proud of her family, and rightly so. One sadness was that she was a widow, her husband having died some years previously. She showed us a photo of the both of them together wearing what looked like a type of Tibetan regional costume and told us that she still misses him.
Sanjay returned and we sat down to an evening meal of potato sabji ...
... thanks to the generally colorful buildings and monuments, is the capital of the state of Rajasthan and famous for its elephants, textile, gems and silverware. The city has an incredibly rich history and is one of the best places to visit for those who are interested in the Indian culture.
On the first day, I decided to start exploring the city on foot. I quickly realized that the setting, the atmosphere and even the mentality of ...
... of date by at least 2 months but hopefully biscuits and crisps should be ok. We even got plain!! Topped up our water supply too.
We were hungry so shared a plate of "finger potatoes" (chips) back at the hotel and the restaurant is actually the conference room which is funny, there pepsi is also called thumbs up here and tastes a bit like rola cola!!
We got back into the room which is honestly like a prison with a telly, no English channels ...
... but adequate with en-suite bathrooms.
We are jet lagging so decide to walk the neighborhood. We are in the Chamma Market area. Narrow streets lined with tiny shops no more than 6' x8' run in all directions filled with repair shops, barbers, tailors, and enterprises of all types. The streets are fills with tut-tuts, small golf cart like 3wheeled vehicles for hire, bicycle ...
... every day.
John and I have been surprised how little free time we had to ourselves. Our days were always full. We were the home school teachers for Ariana and Elena and although the girls were VERY responsible, this consumed a lot of time. In addition, History and Geography classes were created as we traveled through each country.
What consumed the most time was just not having an everyday routine. Without ...