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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a second Diwali? What was happening in fact was that this was the first day in six months for weddings. They must take place on auspicious days as determined by the horoscopes and there had apparently been a long run of I auspicious days this year. This explained the large number of wedding processions we saw as we travelled through the villages on the way from Agra to Jaipur. The next morning while looking at historic pictures in the breakfast room, Suzanne met the ...
This is not a well traveled lot, contrasting some recent groups. Mary thought there was only five continents. Even 5* has only seen the best hotels in some twenty countries.
Apparently the troika had their own nicknames for the Space Cadets: Anus and Joy [as she never smiles]. Anuj already knew this. He is approachable and on the ball. It was around 2300 when things broke up, any thoughts of blog updating losing out to fatigue.
We travelled to Jaipur by coach which took 6 hours , this never really felt like along time to say we'd spent 19hours on a sleeper coach before ! We arrived in the evening and found our way to the hotel. Jaipur was bustling with people , stalls, cows and smells. I could tell I was going to like it :) We were greeted at the hotel by a big jolly indian man , called Manvendra Singh ! Fabulous name. Jaipur had a really nice feel about it, not too busy but not quiet, our hotel ...
... that we've been fighting them off all afternoon! Someone comes to our aid, I guess he's the rickshaw gaffer. A Rs100 fare is agreed and off we go bumping across town back to our hotel. Rickshaw driver knows the area but not the hotel so it takes some time to find it. We do seem to have circled the same roundabout at least three times. Eventually rickshaw man gets the right directions from passers by and we are back safe and sound. An early night I think as we are off to the Amber Fort ...
... these odours up. As I ventured further into the old city, the orange bazaar gave way to small blue streets with shops specialising in one particular trade, like hardware or silk or shoes. The buildings were old, some of them delightful, but all decrepit ruins and many with peeling blue paint. Open drains and wandering animals (cows, camels, pigs) made for a surreal scene. At the southern end of the bazaar I came out on the main street lined with more ...