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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the surrounding countryside and could see many of the buildings within the walls. However to explore these we would have required a number of days !
Once we left we stopped to have lunch at a local "cafe" - freshly made pakora and coke for about £1 - before we set off on the final leg to Udaipur. Though it was only 90 kms away we were told it would take about 3 hrs as we had to get out of the hills before rejoining a decent ...
... there is something wrong, in fact I am all for it, nothing changes otherwise. But my god, she took whining to Oscar winning performance levels! And loud !!!
Anyway I cashed out, the hotel had discounted my room because of the problems, so that was good service and Raju was there to meet me. Raju is just a peach ! I don't know how old he is but he lives in Delhi with his wife, his, brother, his sister and 2 others I think. He has been driving for ...
Apologies for the lateness but I kind of just couldn't be bothered to write anything as I was having such a bloody good time. A quick shout out to my more mature followers (including my mum), I was instructed to dull down the obscenities but bugger that, I don't really care. If it offends you that much, stick to Radio 4. Anyway.... Tordigarh. Soldiered through my early wake up and found myself attempting to eat a banana that went off in the 80s. Wasn't the best I have to admit but It was ...
... cormorants fishing in the lake.
Whilst there we checked out the menu which did have some different food but all that and the reputation comes at a price, and as we waited an eternity for the bill apparently poor service after the lunchtime rush, so we were doubtful if we would make the effort to come here in the evening.
When we got back to the hotel we just chilled and had a couple of cheeky vodka sundowners in our room and watched the sunset. ...
... in the right cormer was a large cage, for tigers...Don't know why that was necessary. We took in our surroundings and explored the palaces, walking through claustraphobic walk ways and stairs. Clíona left her camera in a cloak room, otherwise she had to pay extra to take photos. The palace was beautiful, with spectacular mirrored rooms, hundreds of large scale miniture paintings, stunning views of lake pichola and a model of the boat you can see at ...