Adarsh Niwas Hotel

Address: near Railway Station, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on near Railway Station, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Chittaurgarh Fort.
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur


A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Feb 26, 2015

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Jodhpur is known as the blue city for it's powder blue sugarcube houses that sprawl in every direction. Again pleasantly surprised by the lack of chaos on the streets, it was an easy and quaint place to negotiate and explore by foot. Another Red Fort stood imposing over the city is it's main attraction - the entrance ticket to which comes with a free audio guide which we enjoyed a bit too much. The fort also has a resident palm reader who is famed for his accurate and detailed readings, or ...

Jodhpur, gateway to the south

A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Jan 05, 2015

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... but Jodhpur has the edge on most, particularly as the danger of
treading in something nasty is very likely.

On our return to our hotel, the new “best room” policy had
born immediate reward. Our belongings had been removed to a room on the ground
floor which was far better and even sported a four poster bed!

We celebrated by jumping into it and sleeping soundly.



A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Jan 03, 2015

29 photos

... relationship with India. It is beautiful, amazing, unique and interesting, yes. However, it is also smog filled, busy, loud, dirty, overwhelming and frustrating. All you can do is take a deep breath and hope that you don't get run over by a tuk-tuk (or step in cow dung).

For the rest of our day, we drove to a nearby village to visit the local people who make pottery. We traveled through the dusty desert on the ...

Why So Blue?

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Nov 17, 2014

117 photos

... prints of the widows of a maharaja. So, when the king snuffs it, his widows (yep, plural) walk out of the gates for the last time and leave a vermillion hand print on the wall during the funeral ceremony. Hindus burn their dead and once the king checks out his wives are expected to do the same. They have to throw themselves on the funeral pyre and not make a sound as they're incinerated in a ceremony ...

Rajasthan and the Royal cities Udaipur & Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Oct 30, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... myself! It was bumpy, to the point where you needed to hold on, hot - there was no air conditioning as promised and when told I needed the toilet the driver pulled along the roadside and pointed to a ditch beyond!! No way I said ( in my do you not know who I am voice) take me to a toilet, a real one! And to be fair he did. We arrived in jodhpur traumatised, puffy eyed (yes i cried!!) and both feeling a little worse for wear so jumped in the first tuk ...

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