Hotel Central Blue Stone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Maharajas’ Express, you enjoy a relaxed breakfast overlooking the panoramic view of Jodhpur as you enter this Blue city. On regular excursions, visit the majestic Mehrangarh Fort followed by a walking tour of the Old clock tower market. Savour dinner at Hanuwant Mahal.
Maharajas’ Express luxury train takes you to many such places that are steeped in history and ...
... CJ: Holi festival, I never got chance to experience real festival and it’s my first time experiencing the true Holi festival in India. It’s really a good experience!
Brandon: Holi festival, I could see how the Indians communicate with others and how they interact with us. I enjoyed it a lot!
Tanner: Holi festival, I never thought that I would be part of the Holi festival and it was very wild and I enjoyed learning how to interact ...
... to be India’s version of Santakon. All ages were donned in Santa hats and in some cases, head-to-toe Santa suits. The only costume pieces missing were bowls full of jelly as obesity has not yet become a threat to the nation. According to our cell phone SIMM card sales agent, only small gifts, such as cell phone covers (which he so conveniently happened to have for sale) are exchanged, if any gifts are exchanged at all.
Santa was so ever present, I assumed I ...
... them out. I suspect they have cottoned on to the fact that humans try not to run them over, and deliberately taunt traffic as a leisure activity.
We arrived in Jodhpur around sunset and checked into the same hotel we’d been at on our way out. We were looking forward to a hot shower, but alas, none was to be had, so after scrubbing quickly we got a bite to eat and went to bed early. The next morning we made for ...
... the point of ignoring just about all Indian people since the only ones who talk to us want us to give them money. One teenage boy came up saying, “Excuse me can I ask you a question?” I finally told the kid to spit it out and he asked if he could take a picture with us. The poor kid was so nervous to even approach us and we didn’t help with being so rude just assuming he wanted ...