Ghanerao Royal Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... us. We did draw some curious looks, but most people were friendly and didn't mind us poking around taking photos.
The place seems to have been caught in a time warp and we really wished we had more time! We managed to squeeze in a relaxing spa before checking out and heading out again. What an incredible find this place was. (Even my Indian friends hadn't heard of it!!)
... a 17th century hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Jodhpur. As we walked in through the main gate we were greeted with marigold garlands, welcome drinks etc. the setting was so unexpected after the drive through the village that there was a collective 'wow' from all of us. Slightly out of place was a young Etonian (we discovered this later of course) amongst the staff also garlanding and greeting us! He is from London and is here as an intern for a ...
... bars on the window to get more. It was an enjoyable ride on bench seats. We tried to talk to some Indians that were in the same car. The language was a problem, but we did communicate a little and took pictures of each other. The jeep picked us up again and we came back to the hotel, after a stop for tea. We saw an animal which looked like an antelope that they call a "blue bull". Apparently ...
... John accepted the invitation and was the centre of attraction for a few minutes! The elaborately decorated groom did not seem very happy as he rode on a horse at the end of the procession.
We finished our day with a very pleasant buffet in one of the outside courtyards in the hotel.
I am typing this at 10 pm and the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympics started 30 minutes ago in Sochi. There are ...
... was no more food coming from our window and quickly moved on. Others in our group in the next cabin along weren't quite as lucky. A monkey did in fact decide to join them on their seats like any other old passenger and was kind enough to leave behind a rather smelly present... After the hour long train ride which I was glad to have gotten off from as there was a rather creepy man sitting nearby who asked me to pose for photos and when I said no I had to cover my ...