Devi Niketan Heritage Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... the revolutions of each frayed tyre. Within four hours, we had arrived. Jaipur is pink. Every inch of every shop, house, temple, tower and wall in the old city is painted in varying shades of salmon pink. It is also absolutely brilliant. We stayed at the Hotel Pearl Palace, which was, predictably, also pink. It is a wonderful multi layered old building, decorated to within an inch of its life with murals, wall hangings and statues. The roof top restaurant is quiet and ...
... driver at 9.30am after not too much sleep...Luke was feeling just well enough to venture out. He was moving slowly but still alive! Today seemed so much hotter, probably because we're not 100%... We drove to Amber Fort and had to walk a loooong steep incline to reach the top- Luke needing frequent water and rest breaks to which at one point an Indian man said to him, "Oh very tried!" (translation: very tired). So we hobbled to the top and finally made it! The journey up was ...
... marked a welcome change from chapathis, rice and dhal! Meanwhile at Pelham and Uli's, Polly enjoyed a long lie-in after reaching home at 5:30am. The City Palace was beautiful- the colours, mosaics, archways and views were all absolutely stunning, and it is still one of our favourite sights in India to date. We then took a boat ride out to Jagmandir, where mosaics and flowing curtains framed views of the lake, the distant palace and the Lake Palace Hotel (featured in ...
We arrived in Jaipur at four thirty in the morning with no clue what to do. So like any decision made in India, we grabbed a cup of chai with a Russian guy we met on the train to ponder our decision. Probably on our own we would not have made this choice, but Igor (spelling is not right but I don't know how to use the right Russian equivalent) decided he was going to the Amber Fort situated about ten kilometres out of town. We already ...
... of his son Jahengir (by his Hindu wife). Jahengir was the father do Shah Jahan who built the Taj Mahal as the final resting place for his Queen. After visiting the fortified city we continued on to Jaipur and checked into the Royal Orchid Hotel for the night. Tomorrow it's off to see the sights of ...