Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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Cuartos mas o menos y servicio malo. Baño feo.
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Heading away from our safari it's over to Jaipur the pink city for another two night stops, these two night breaks seeming like a bit of a holiday break not having to pack again after one night.We head back along the main roads bustling with buses full of locals on top, crammed inside and hanging off of any part they can find, we see empty long …
... glad that the hostel agreed for me to store my luggage there as well as return for a last night at the same rate as previously. They also offer a taxi service, a bit pricy at Ru400 but I am inclined to take it because my flight leaves at 6.20 am which means I should probably get there by 4.30 or something. If I were to factor in an hour of traveling time, then that means leaving sometime between 3 and 3.30. No part of me wants to deal with the possibly none ...
... were police everywhere as we walked into the main palace courtyard. As we were getting closer to the restaurant, we saw lots of American men with short hair. Then, we realized it was former President Bill Clinton at our restaurant. He was visiting Jaipur to see a project that his foundation was sponsoring. It was mentioned in the newspaper. Sure enough, it was Bill Clinton, his guests and ten secret service ...
... Hawamahal is a building around six stories tall with many windows facing the street with intricate stone patterns to conceal the women of the time as they looked out on the passer bys in the Main Street. Women were not allowed to be seen in public at this point in India's history. After touring all day we returned to our hotel around five o'clock. I peered out the window and must have seen no less than ten cricket games taking place in the park across ...
... dry place. I awoke at 02:00 with stomach pains and spent the rest of the night going from hot to cold. The next morning we were traveling from Shimla to Jaipur which involves a four hour drive to Chandigarh then a 90 minute flight to Jaipur. Now taxi riding is an extreme sport in India and to be honest I was not looking forward to it, sure enough as we descended down the windy ...