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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarwara Kothi Jaipur
This is old colonial and an excellent homestay really. The rooms are large and all air conditioned. A great experience and right on the edge of town. Much better that being in those big hotel complexes.
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... Overall Jaipur seems a nice city to visit especially the old quarter surrounded by the big defence walls and big gates. The following morning having dropped us off at the train station we said farewell to our reliable and safe driver Ongkar who earned his £10 tip. The golden triangle as it is known was complete; it was time to face India ...
... we met with Miraj who dropped us back to the hotel. After breakfast we ventured out to the cinema to watch a film called Queen, which is very popular in India at the moment. It was a heart warming film that made us laugh hysterically but also cry and even though the film was mostly in Hindi we managed figure out the storyline. I'm still confused why in the film they blurred out a shot of a bra yet showed prostitutes cavorting in window ...
... 2 pigeons flew onto the table in front of me and started drinking from the bowl which was filled with water and rose petals! The marble floors everywhere help to keep things cool in the heat of the day. The average temperature here is around 45 C in July! Dinner again was at the rooftop resto, then spent the rest of the evening on my little balcony writing this blog and listening to the drumming and singing from upstairs. On my last day at this location, I had buffet lunch ...
... from prior customers. His reviews were great. We decided to take him up for 2500 rupee for 2 days( about $45). We booked in the the Hotel HR Palace, when checking our documentation we realised that we are only here for one night, not two. So out we head to explore the "Pink City" of Jaipur. It is only 3ks to the gates of the city. Once again we are asked continually if we want rickshaw or tuk tuk, luckily a simple no thanks sends them in their ...