Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites By Carlson, Jaipur
Cuartos mas o menos y servicio malo. Baño feo.
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... my dodgy tummy.
Most of the group tried the local butter lassi but I did not want to push the envelope. Passed a local Bollywood theatre before tuktuks back to the hotel . I had already told Anuj I would be passing on dinner. Not exactly feeling great but paid for tomorrow's round of activities [1,600].
Headed to the room before 1900 to crash. Lunch first went down the toilet bowl, probably for the best. Aspirin and some tummy pills and off to bed.
... working out what we could afford and it was probably going to be some rice and bread. Lukey boy came to the rescue and remembered he had his bank card with him so we thought what the heck let's blow the budget for one night and go all out! We had a few dishes, one being a stomach burning tikka masala and the bill still only came to a tenner. Looking forward to the camel festival tomorrow in Pushkar, we've heard there's a moustache and turban tying ...
... some overly zealous security men and thought I would forget Bollywood and continue around the palace. It was a treat being able to explore this palace on my own with just cleaners working in a few of the rooms. The beauty of the Hall of Victory with its silver work and mirrors was exquisite and the women’s private rooms were very interesting, especially as the rooms were designed so the Maharaja’s nocturnal visits to each room would be out of ...
... dilated and he was just complete unresponsive. The took him off somewhere in the end i think, because we didn't see him for the rest of the morning. I hope hes OK. It something that going to stick with me and its a shame that my volunteering ended on a sad note. Its really upset me.
The rest of the day has just been packing hanging around and wondering about poor Rague. He really really didn't look good.
... our elephant train began. They really do lumber along! Big bumps for steps! A lean to the left and then to the right. I never felt like I would/could fall off. I felt safe.
When we arrived at the lake, we waited a bit for a couple of other elephants to get out. Muscan knelt down on her back legs so Erick and I could get off. The trainers helped Cole off.
Then the elephants were brought down to the water for ...