Devi Niketan Heritage Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... The first attraction we visited was the Amber Fort - so called for the colour it looks when viewed from the valley below. We paid the extra money and braved the swarming street merchants to take an elephant ride from the valley up to the fort. It took around 15 minutes and while Simone was initially concerned about the welfare of the animals they seemed well cared for and happy enough (from our knowledge of the behavioural characteristics of Asian ...
... instruction from Anuj thereon, yet alone the fact we were stopped and people were getting out. Shopping chance lost, Odd Couple.
Back at the hotel by 1615. Got day one of Pushkar up on the blog, the second later on. Went for a neighbourhood meander. Got a big water  and a haircut, chucking the beard in the process . Took 5* forever to put two and two together.
Went for a drink with 5*. Opted for a rum and coke which was ...
... us in India is the head shakes they use to communicate. We have grown to understand them to a certain extent but the head shake is often used instead of words so can leave us bemused when we've asked a yes or no question. This bbc video is very silly but shows the different head shake responses well. I have also found myself and other travellers accidentally doing it, it's infectious. http://m.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-26 390944 Next stop ...
... up and points us in the right direction, but keeps sharing all these site-seeing tips after we've thanked him and are trying to walk away. 10 minutes later he pops up in front of us again..what a surprise. He tells us the City Palace is now closed and to follow him for great views of the city... sigh. We saw the City Palace, climbed up a winding staircase 35m to the top of a tower overlooking the city, and snapped pictures of the impressive Hawa Mahal structure, constructed by ...
... the action, maybe a little to close at times. We head up to one of the many forts surrounding the city. Within the fort is the Madhavendra Palace. This is the first palace we have seen that uses glass, in fact stained glass. Most of the glass is still intact and the paintings on the walls are in quite good shape. Back in the tuk tuk we head down the hill, we decided to take a photo of Saleem and I in the tuk tuk and print it out ...