Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Cuartos mas o menos y servicio malo. Baño feo.
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Tym razem damskim glosem bedzie, bo melduje sie ja - Supemałgonia! 36 godzin na nogach zmrokrecajaca sie choroba, bolacym potwornie gardlem i goraczka, a do tego trzy loty i trzy ladowania, co oznacza ucho wielkosci sloniowego ucha, zatknane przez zmiane cisneinia i bolace, ale wreszcie padlam. Zasnelam. I obudzilam sie po bitych 9 godzinach. Art zerkal rano na mnie ciekawy, czy lepiej sie czuje, ale ja czulam sie srednio. Na szczescie powolne sniadanko, kawa, ...
... and the ever present sacred but neglected cows unwittingly obstructed everything at times. One interesting sight while in a boring queue was that of the milkman with a multitude of churns tied onto his motorbike dispensing milk direct from the churn into containers proffered by local housewives, a sight probably not seen in the UK since before the war. Finally we got on our way, our driver calmed down and we reached the remains of Fatepur Sikri in about half an ...
... of 10 walks in old Jaipur, which I will put to use tomorrow. I hired a tuktuk driver, Manzoor, who drove me there and back and waited for me for over an hour while I had my brunch and shopped. As I'm still dealing with a cold, I decided to go back to the hotel and finish reading Barb's book "Can you hear the nightbird call?", on my balcony. I ordered some beer from room service and spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying my time here. While sitting on a side verandah near ...
... Sewerage, urine, rotting food, decaying animals.....imagine! All this on top of not feeling flash! Ewwww We did however immediately recognize there was much more order to the traffic compared to in Dehli. Drivers tend to stay on their side of the road and stop at traffic lights etc. We visited the Amber Fort in the afternoon which was impressive but our poor guide didn't really get ...
... and the wind scorched my mouth, the midday heat took its toll and we returned to the car. When we eventually got to Jaipur we checked into a delightful very ornate hotel, Hotel Shahpura House and were greeted with hot mint and cinnamon tea. The city is pretty with delicate architecture and is famous for the Amber Fort. Elephants take tourists through the gate and up the ...