Chomu Palace Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... that sell the same items that are often boring and frivolous, that is, until you return home and even the most boring gift becomes a commodity because of their apparent exotic foreign appearance. As a second thought, I bought myself a trinket, a shiny green peacock pin. Peacock seemed to be the fashion and style here in Rajasthan and I loved the color though, arguable, it is a bit too shiny. I also managed to acquire some more coasters. Coasters seems to be my thing. Okay, I ...
... haggling slackened somewhat as my degree of tiredness increased. Regardless, I've got a new pair of pant. The plan is to go around and do some sight seeing tomorrow of the farther away places, including the water palace and the amber fort and the monkey temple and I truly need to shop for some gift stuff last minutely before heading home. With that in mind, I am actually heading to bed though it is only about 7:30pm. Good night every one, I love you all and will see you all very very soon ...
... schoolboy, who ascended the throne on his grandfather’s death three years ago.
His Highness may not be recognised in law, but the royal family remains both very rich and very popular. At the heart of the pink city lies a city within a city painted yellow, not pink. Here is the royal palace, protected by armed soldiery where tourists are permitted to stroll freely in the outer courtyards, ...
... a city that was planned very well in 1727. The streets were made very wide (120 feet wide) and an underground water system. Houses all open into the alleyways and not to the busy city streets. The city has 3 million people and .5 million polish their precious and semi precious stones. Also another .5 million do hand lock printing for their garmets. We drove by the Palace of Winds with its ornately screened 953 windows (one for every concubine that ...
... where we fully expected to see this, mainly because they had the same show on both nights we where here last time, it was even more memorable as we had the room underneath and could here the drums and Philippa's feet as she danced above. So we climbed up the steps in trepidation fearing the Rajasthani dancers that we had seen so many times before but were relieved to see no sign of them, just a quite restaurant. The food was fantastic and we went to bed stuffed. Next stop ...