Hotel Hawa Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the same day as him - apparently a very auspicious day for a wedding). Eventually we found ourselves somewhere where we weren't quite sure of the road and so grabbed a rickshaw - turned out we were actually very close to the hotel but for 80 pence we weren't arguing as it was nearly dark After quick showers we retrained to the Peacock rooftop restaurant for a lovely meal accompanied by a bottle of Indian Sauvignon Blanc - very acceptable ...
... blue elephant called Elly. I was lucky enough to see many elephants in the wild for the first time last year on an African Safari and it's magical. In Jaipur, a special place called Elephantastic exists - http://elefantastic.in. It's rated the most popular activity in Jaipur by Trip Advisor reviewers and after going there I can vouch the same. We arrived and were able to introduce ourselves to the elephants we were meeting. We were told that when you meet and greet ...
... and it is wise to approach with caution. We drove around for AGES looking for somewhere open for breakfast because in India hardly anywhere serves food before 11am! We were told the client was not ready to see us yet so we got taken to do a bit of sightseeing at the city palace of Udaipur. This is Rajasthan's largest palace, which we discovered for ourselves by walking around the maze of hallways and secret passages. You could really get lost here! Luckily it was well signposted, ...
... we could not take pictures, but I can say that the process was very labor intensive. This particular place uses fabric pulp in their paper to give it a unique texture. After a nice relaxing lunch, we headed to to Nahargarh Fort, which means ‘abode of the tiger’. The popular belief is that Nahar here stands for Nahar Singh Bhomia, whose spirit haunted the place and obstructed construction of the fort. ...
... Didn't like the mosque itself either, probably because my attitude was wrong by then, but I just wanted to get out of there and back to Raju. When I left my hotel in Delhi, I had left an iPad behind and Alison had spoken to Ajay (my drivers boss and company owner) who was in Jaipur to see if he could help and like superman Ajay said he would sort it. He was going to get his friend Sushill to collect my iPad and his friend was going to get it to Jaipur where he would ...