Hotel Aashiya Haveli
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Because the streets of Udaipur are so narrow, we were not able to drive all the way to our hotel. Our driver stopped and paid for a Tuk Tuk to take us the rest of the way. We were jolted through the narrow streets of the old walled town, in what was my first Tuk Tuk ride. Upon our arrival at the Hotel, we were very pleased to see that we had once again been given a choice room. We are on the second floor with a window facing right out onto ...
... some forests we were into one wide lane of traffic, barely wide enough for tuktuks to pass. The horns started and never finish on these roads. Tuktuks and motorcycles bobbed and weaved amongst the cars and people.
Into the rooms and had a half hour before brekkie. We could see the Taj property on Lake Pichola, gleaming in white, from our room. It was quite a view.
Up for brekkie of toasted tomato and toasted cucumber sandwiches plus a ...
... advice based on his three years stay in Leh. We thanked him and left for Amit's place who had been constantly calling us to know our whereabouts - the excitement does not settle down when you are about to launch on your dream expedition. Finally we reached Amit's place who will be the final amongst the travellers until Delhi.
At 6:45 am we started to properly align all the luggage in the car. Amit, who was responsible to ...
... he was a good person to use to help us sort out our train problems. We did this over breakfast and iced coffee at his lake view cafe providing an unforgettable first morning in Udaipur. He educated us about the train system and was adamant it made sense, which it most certainly doesn't. Basically you can book tickets for a train but this doesn't mean they are actually booked; you just have to wait and hope that they will be confirmed and if they are not ...
... twisting roads and cobbled streets we reached Lake Pichola which is probably the centrepiece of the area. This is a large expanse of water with a 18th century white marble palace built by the royal family which covers all of Jagniwas Island, and, yes, it was featured in that Bond film. With time it has passed from the royals to the Taj chain of hotels as one of their prime holdings. Cafes can be found around ...