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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Glorious sunny day again for our 5 hour drive back to the first hotel to complete the golden triangle. 24 hours to go and still no DB. India had not disappointed. Once you see past the litter and deal with the poverty it's all there to enjoy. Fantastic food , warm sunny weather, history, architecture , colour , noise , and peace. Something for the senses ...
... amp; antioxidant powerhouse). Dinner was at the hotel and was delish, we each had the seasonal veg dish which was okra in a tomato curry sauce. I also had a dal dhaba & aloo gobhi (potato & cauliflower curry), I know it's potato but I had seen cauliflower everywhere for the past few days so I knew it must be in season. All this was flushed down with a few cups of green tea. Back to the room for a hot shower and to try on my new pj ...
... good many fathers helping out.
We got dropped off at the elegant Raj Mandir theatre for a rousing Bollywood movie in Hindi called "PK", a romantic comedy (which made it fairly easy to follow). Three hours long with an intermission and attendant stopping by to take our order for more popcorn. Great fun!
A late night supper at the supposedly famous Copper Chimney restaurant, which was good but expensive for ...
... a sales man and away we went. I ended up buying a sari for mum and two for me (mainly because I say a beautiful chiffon one which was only 340Rs so I bought it as an extra).
Next day (12th March) we went on a tour of the city. The guide took us, by foot, through the back streets to visit the Karma Sutra Temple (a Nepalese temple covered with carvings of the karma sutra), as well as many other temples through the city – they seem to ...
... and research centre, inside looked more like a doctors office than a spa but we both really enjoyed a 65 minute massage, which payed special attention to calves and feet, we are dancers after all! Shiny, relaxed and a little floaty we headed to a 5 star resort Chokhi Dhani for dinner which Push suggested. 1 hour drive from our hotel (23km) the place was like a village of its own. With dancing, magicians, fortune tellers, ferris wheel, markets, camel and elephant rides, ...