Devi Garh By Lebua

Address: Delwara, NH 8, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, 313202, India | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Delwara, NH 8, Rajsamand, is near Fateh Prakash Palace and Rajiv Gandhi Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Rajsamand

    Udaipur - Introduction to the city

    A travel blog entry by jennifer.my on May 16, 2015

    10 photos

    Today we had breakfast at a rooftop restaurant and then explored the city. We went shopping for postcards and fabric and fruit. We found one shop where two little girls painted henna on our feet, and the family took us upstairs into there home and made us home made chai masala tea. In the evening we went for a boat ride on the lake and ate dinner at a rooftop restaurant. Boiled vegetables with chilli spice on the side for me! Then we had the most amazing experience yet in India! ...

    Relaxing in Rajasthan?!

    A travel blog entry by boyandbird on Mar 16, 2015

    12 photos

    ... class was at our guest house, so exclusively full of giggling westerners - I caught some pretty hilarious glances between friends. End of each class included 7 pranayama (breathing) exercises. We would come to find out this was fairly typical of a hatha yoga class, I found it most interesting.




    Sights: palace lights
    Smells: smokey guesthouse
    Sounds: rain! great overnight storms
    Tastes: secret tea = beer in a potted tea mug :)
    Feels: ...

    The Art of Udaipur

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Feb 08, 2015

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... that train travel is impossible and his recommended bus company is the best option. However, when we have a chat with our hotel owner, Dilip Singh, we discover that if we go early to the train station the day before we want to leave we should be able to buy tickets. For something to do, I take a rickshaw to the station on a dry run to discover where the ticket office is and make sure that when I go there the next morning at 7am I am as close to the head of the ...

    Living on the Edge

    A travel blog entry by puchala on Dec 11, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... s edge. We had to do a lot of dodging around cows, dogs, people, bikes, motorbikes, buses, cars, etc....the usual...but added to that were large industrial trucks overloaded with rock formations...they were a bit scary. The road was often too narrow for all of us to be weaselling our way past each other (sometimes on the wrong side of the road) but hey, these drivers tend to know where the very 'sharp' edge of the road ends so we scathed ...

    Another day in Udaipur

    A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 24, 2014

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... We remain surprised that the British didn't leave more of a mapmaking culture. Back to the guest house to shower and refresh before heading back to our lunch stop for what had been promised by the restaurant manager as specially made thali (the style of food where you have several small metal dishes of food on a tray). Sadly it didn't live up to the sales pitch but never mind. Back to the panorama for a less thorough nights sleep for most of us but ready for our drive to Jodhur ...