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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up at 0300 to have the hotel driver drop us off at the domestic airport for a 05:15 departure, that left an hour late. I phoned our contact person for him to let our driver know we would be late. Apparently there was a mechanical problem and we got assigned another airplane (Boeing 737-700). Good flight and there was our driver "Mr. Ikram" waiting for us. He seemed quiet but a nice enough person. He dropped us off at ...
A car was provided for the three-hour drive from Rawla Narlai to the Hotel Mewari Villa in Udaipur. This small hotel is reached through the ancient narrow streets of the old centre and finally by flights of steps up darkened alleyways. Our room, costing less than £10 per night was described as "super deluxe" and was on the top floor with a wonderful view of the lake beneath. Although small, it was simply and tastefully furnished with modern ...
Today we had a gentle start as our first stop didn't open until 1000. This allowed us to have a leisurely breakfast on the terrace of the hotel overlooking another of Udaipur's lakes - Fateh Sagar Lake - and behind it the Monsoon Palace perched on its hill. Interestingly this palace, which was never fully finished, had an ingenious system to collect rainwater but it rarely collected enough and this eventually led the palace to ...
... so hammered very funny night. I went back to my hotel and ordered a last beer before bed, the reception told me that food and beverage were closed so I said I don't care where they find the beer from but I would pay 500 rupees for it - somehow in 5 minutes there was a little Indian man at my hotel door with a beer bottle hidden under his shirt - I paid him the money, opened it had a sip and passed out! (A beer usually costs 90 rupees!) Wednesday ...
... To be honest there were some interesting things to see. On the balcony you could look down to the courtyard where they had elephant fights while the royal households looked on. Some photographs existed of the fights which were not to the death and more like tussling. You could see where a part of the wall had collapsed following a particularly enthusiastic tussle. Also you could see where the last my Maharajah lived out his ...