Hari Mahal Palace

Address: Jacob Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 300206, India | Hotel
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      3 cip zlatého trojuholníka

      A travel blog entry by kyselicab on Nov 11, 2014

      ... do JAI som videl aj vily, verejné skoly-to by sa človek čudoval a niekedy som ziral nad krásou (aspoň zvonku) . Kráska za mnou to nezvládla...chudiatko, otvorila okno a ... no dobrých 5 minút....(Antoniovi stacilo 10 sekund😄). Nasťastie to bolo dočasné. Vsetko sa ozelenalo,krásne kriky.., . Zo stanice tuktukom na presné miesto určenia, Husajn povedal 50 Rs, mne sa ...

      Day 5 - Jaipur

      A travel blog entry by mellynap on Oct 02, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... wanting photos with us- so funny! One man even asked Luke what he did and how much he earns!! Luke casually laughed it off and said "not much not much" so as NOT become a kidnapping/ransom victim! We explored the fort with its secret passageways and corridors- very cool. We also stopped near the temple of mirrors for a rest, some cool water and jellybeans for my poor Lukey! :(

      After the fort, it was onto THE ELEPHANT VILLAGE!!!! Luke was feeling much better by now, ...


      A travel blog entry by vanjaarsveld on Aug 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Well so far not the most spectacular city we have seen, Stan calls it the Rotterdam of India ;-). A pink city wall is surrounding the old town and under its arcades there is one bazar next to the other where you are hassled into buying this and that. Inside those city walls, the old city is neither pink nor beautiful! Even the city palace doesn't seem overly impressive. Only the Jantar Mantar, ...

      Drive to Jaipur (145 km, 3.5 hrs)

      A travel blog entry by phildyard on Feb 10, 2014

      19 photos

      ... Prince Charles and Diana. Raghu showed us some of his collection of antique swords including one used by his great-grandfather.

      We then went by rickshaw to a shopping area outside the old town where we had time to explore for a while. Our next highlight was to go to a Bollywood movie in a 1300-seat single screen theatre. Raghu explained to us that it was perfectly acceptable to stand up and dance, to use your cellphone, ...

      Saying goodbye to Jaipur :(

      A travel blog entry by maitribe on Feb 10, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... coming with me to see part of what my Project's about.
      We were picked up, as per usual by Totoram and his tuktuk. We drove out to the elephant village, where Gulab and Rani live. Today I was helping to make chapatis for them.

      Afterwards, I spent a bit of time playing with the mahout kids and took the last pictures of my first Elephants. I left my jeans for one of the mahout's sons and before leaving, his mother ...