Fort Dhariyawad

Address: Post Dhariyawad, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | Hotel
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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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      The adventure really starts

      A travel blog entry by dnaent on Jan 03, 2015

      23 photos

      ... House. It was so early that our room was still occupied so we had a quick bite at the hotel rooftop restaurant, dropped our backpacks and he dropped us off at the City Palace.

      Lots of confusing passage ways around the inside of the palace, and very low doorway heights. Both were for protection against invasion, and the low doorways caused you to bend your head down, which was to show a sign of respect when entering ...

      Udaipur – the City of Lakes

      A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 08, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... and hot water system. The owner, Salim, had been an interior designer and had lived and worked in Australia for some years. His excellent English, and the helpfulness and willingness of his stiff made our stay in Udaipur comfortable and enjoyable.

      We only had one full day in Udaipur, so it was important to make best use of our time. Without prompting, he suggested a car or better still a tuk-tuk with a guide/driver. Accordingly, we set off ...

      End of the group tour

      A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Oct 27, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... group, often the owners of big business. They have a strictly no harm policy towards living things. They won't for example celebrate Diwali using the explosive crackers for fear of killing micro-organisms, and wear face cloths when out to avoid accidentally swallowing insects.

      Our own accommodations have been royal at times too and we have stayed in palaces and forts of magical splendor. In Agra Jean had upgraded us to the royal suite much to the amusement of ...

      Lost in the lovely little Udaipur lanes

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 23, 2014

      6 comments, 18 photos

      ... trip tho because I spotted a Reliance Mart, the Indian equivalent of a Tesco superstore. I was in there 2 hours !

      It was like being in our equivalent of a pound stretcher. Everything is so cheap you just keep popping it in your basket. When I couldn't carry anymore, I checked out 20........ 5 cotton tops for the house, 2 for prezzies, garlic and ginger paste, 6 stainless steel and copper balti dishes, serving ladles, SS cups for water and some for espresso, 10 packets ...

      The Final Countdown

      A travel blog entry by timandnomes on May 04, 2013

      ... Later Shiju our amazing host (one of the students) came with our bedding which was a sleeping matt and sheets. It was going to be a new experience! Everyone felt so bad wishing there was a nice hotel for us to stay at but we were perfectly comfortable (most of the time) with our wee room and we got to work that night cutting and painting our school bus for our nursery rhyme before retiring for a film on our laptop.

      In the morning after a pretty hard nights sleep we ...