Fort Dhariyawad

Post Dhariyawad, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Udaipur

Venice of the East

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish

5
37

... to feed him and snap a few pictures before racing to catch the amazing view at the Monsoon palace as the sky and landscapes changed with the fading light. After a couple hours we made our way back to enjoy another amazing rooftop candle and star lite dinner. This slower pace was much enjoyed as we had a late wake up and then an orientation walk around the main streets before entering into the main City Palace for a tour. Here is known for its ornate walls ...

Jodhpur to Udaipur

A travel blog entry by stuartpaine

8

... did like the way he expressed things, especially when talking about India and the way they do things, he would start the sentence off with 'in my India....' which tickled me.

We arrived at the hotel about 6pm, almost in time for sunset. We checked in, the owner was very nice and chatted about Udaipur and what there was to see and do, while the porters took our bags up to the room. We had booked a deluxe room in the hotel and upon first impressions we were a little ...

Udaipur-lake city

A travel blog entry by maitribe

8
13

... view and sunshine. Temperature today will be 26 C, finally! We went for a visit at Ashoka art school and store. The paint they use is from coloured stones, which are pulverized, then mixed with gum resin and water. The paintings are detailed, miniature scenes of the locales, or interpretations of a wedding, portraits, animals etc. Some of the paintings are done on silk and others on camel bone or paper. I bought a small painting on silk, of an elephant. I also bought ...

Rajasthan , the Royal state

A travel blog entry by barbsv

23

... we take for granted the purity of our lakes, while here, where water is life, it is sadly misused.

We decided to skip the Lake Palace, which is now a hotel and didn't bother with a boat ride. Almost did a camel ride though. We took a boat to a garden island, Fatehsagar on the lake, which was sadly neglected. Upon return to shore, we headed to the handicraft market Shilpgram to check ...

Jeux sans frontiers?

A travel blog entry by twovines

7

... br> We arrive in Udaipur at 1.45pm. The rickshaw man wants Rs200, twice the normal fare. He says it's because the road is closed for 'the festival'. We seem to have heard this story about closed roads a few times before so I am sceptical and haggle. We meet in the middle at Rs150. We speed through the town until we come up against a barrier. Rickshaw man tries to squeeze through the middle but the soldiers are having none of it. I think he tries to plead the case of 'foreign ...

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This hotel, located on Post Dhariyawad, Udaipur, is near Bagore Ki Haveli, Lake Fateh Sagar, Monsoon Palace, and Sashi's Cooking Classes.
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