Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
Cuartos mas o menos y servicio malo. Baño feo.
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... where 12 of us squeezed into Giris room for drinks, listening to his amazing music and chats....Jack, Osh, Emily, Sarah and me were there until 3am chatting and drinking, we taught Giri 'Banter and safe' and he said he is going to wind the group up for us tomorrow using his new banter!! We cant wait!!
Up at 8 though for a busy day sightseeing....maybe those beers were not the best idea...Jack is very drunk haha that bottle didn't lie!!!
... the capital of the state of Jaipur until 1728 and the capital of the powerful princes of Jaipur. We saw the Great Wall of Jaipur which is 11.5 Kim's long and most of it is still intact. We were able to see this Great Wall at the City Palace which is in the centre of Jaipur and is surrounded the Great Wall. Most of the Taj Mahals marble was carved here in Jaipur. Our last stop for the day before lunch was to visit Jantar Mantar, an open-air array ...
... had a gift shop which we hadn't encountered at any other monuments as well as a state sponsored shop. Let the shopping begin.
The other pictures in this post are from our visit to Jantar Mantar, which means something like "calculation instruments." This site was created by Sawai Jai Singh who created four other ones throughout India. He was a very learned man and I am not going to do justice to this site since my attention ...
... consequences. We just so happened to have stopped by a man selling oranges. We were talking about how good they looked and he was nice enough to et out and buy us all one! What a nice man. He has been so patient with us and so generous. We were back on the road again. This ride was long. I think most of us napped for a while at this point, I know I did. Katie and I banged heads at one point and she didn't even realize. At the halfway mark between Agra and Jaipur we stopped for lunch ...
... aren't known for their bathing skills, so a bit smelly and frankly a bit disappointing to me as there wasn't that much to see inside. Our group was beseiged by local vendors selling books, jewelry and more. We were there for a bit over an hour or so, and then made the transfer back to the airport. More pat downs at the airport, and Indian bureaucracy again as we cleared security. We were greeted by our crew, who incidentally we did bump into ...