Devi Niketan Heritage Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... countless monkeys look on was a fun sight. On the subject of wildlife, we had read that nearby Ranthambore National Park was as decent a place to spot wild Bengal tigers as any in India so we took a short train to nearby Sawai Madophur and arranged a dawn trip out on the plains for the following day.
My nose piercing is the source of enormous hilarity to some Indian women. As most Indian women have their noses pierced when they are young and the men absolutely do not, ...
... off on a long drive to Jaipur, stopped for a bite to eat and a drink which was badly needed as I had the Pakistan /indian conflict going on in my underpants. For miles I'd held it in but couldn't do it in the car but now was the time, middle of a courtyard affair midway between car/driver/Lynda and entrance door I thought now is good, some family were making a few bob dancing and playing music so that's covered any sound I might make. Timing was crucial and with a deep ...
... we bargained for. The stall owner proceeded to paint Bridget's nails and fingers thick and fast with every colour he could get his hands on. Next he decided to paint Bridget's forehead with a red stripe which oblivious to us symbolised that she was now married. I did wonder why we seemed to get more attention from people on the rest of our way around. With no real plan we headed off on a little mission around the other parts of the bazzar. We came ...
... Indian men working on the removal. We watched for 10 minutes while they heaved and hoed, but we were pretty sure they had been at it already for some time and would be at it for a lot longer. One of the features of the palace is the Peacock Gate. It is exquisite, and contains a display of detailed workmanship featuring bright peacocks. Today, the royal family lives in the Chandra Mahal (Moon Palace) bordering the ...
... through the atmosphere at times, other times it was great.
22/10/2011 - My First day in Jaipur
Myself and 3 new friends I'd met, in my previous hostel at the Taj Mahal, drove from Agra to Jaipur, stopping several times en-route for a cuppa cha (Tea). This journey took roughly 6 hours.
When we arrived in Jaipur, we checked into a bed and breakfast called Explorers Nest. This B&B was run by a ...