Hari Mahal Palace

Address: Jacob Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 300206, India | Hotel
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      The Pink City

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Feb 11, 2015

      ... built several artisan schools and provided housing. Jaipur is now a city of 4.5 million and 2 million are involved in handcrafts from rug and textile making to jewelry making. 90% of all precious stones except diamonds are cut here. Unemployment is very low, only a few refugees, and the air quality is better. Merchants get wealthy and weddings cost about $100,000. In about 1877 the prince of Wales came to visit and so the ...

      Najpiekniejsze miasto w kolorze pink!

      A travel blog entry by alienco on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... istrosci zakrzusilam, zasmarkamal i polplakam, ze jakas rodzinka z sasiedniego stolika patrzyla, czy umre juz teraz, czy najpierw wszystko zasmarcze, na szczescie byly tez miseczki ze slodkosciami, wiec mozna bylo ostudzic troche palece gardlo i jezyk. Jedzenia takiego jak to nie jadlam nigdy. I te hinduskie kmajpy w warszawie to moga sie schowac. To tu serio inaczej smakuje. A ze dzis troszeczke lepiej z apetytem niz wczoraj, to zadowolona z konumocji byla. Bylismy. ...

      Introducing India and Jaipur

      A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 12, 2014

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      Week 1 Days 195 – 203 (Saturday to following Sunday) We checked out of our hotel in Bangkok and immediately got hit with the humidity as we walked from the hotel to the Underground station round the corner. We got 2 cheap tickets to get us to the airport and spent the next hour or so on some lovely air-conditioned carriages passing through the outskirts of Bangkok. We changed once and soon arrived at Bangkok airport where we found the relevant area to wait until we could ...

      Jaipur - The "Pink City"

      A travel blog entry by osloanagain on Feb 14, 2014

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      ... is looking for business and as usual, so were the tuk tuk drivers. People seemed to take no for an answer which was a nice change. Somehow, a tuk tuk driver named Sammy managed to talk us into taking him on for €7.50 per day to take us around Jaipur. He must have sensed our good mood. He dropped us to our hotel. The hotel was around €16 a night. Really nice, no complaints at all. It had a roof top terrace and delicious food. Content as could be, ...

      Down Under with Linda Blair

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 23, 2013

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      ... I drank last night because the effect was almost immediate. Second suspect was my second lunch of butter chicken curry and naan I had at M1 road. The guesthouse's wifi finally worked at 2pm and I called home to mom.

      After resting for the entire morning and afternoon, I decided to step out of my room for a bit of wander around the backyard. Funny enough, the sun was out and after many days of haze, today was the first with ...