Hotel Hilltop Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
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... haveli Museum. There was traditional Rajasthani dancing and singing and puppetry - amazing! We really enjoyed it. We also took a cable car to the top of Jagdish Temple, which had a spectacular view of the whole city. We spent five days in Udaipur overall. It is my favorite city, we have met the most local people here and had the most amazing experiences, I will miss ...
... terrace also provided views across Lake Pichola and to the mountains. Udaipur is a small town - it is much more laid back and we instantly relaxed. Udaipur is said to be the most romantic spot in the whole of India with its palaces, temples, lake, mountains and crooked, narrow colourful streets. We enjoyed dinner at a rooftop terrace watching the sun go down over the ...
Today we had a gentle start as our first stop didn't open until 1000. This allowed us to have a leisurely breakfast on the terrace of the hotel overlooking another of Udaipur's lakes - Fateh Sagar Lake - and behind it the Monsoon Palace perched on its hill. Interestingly this palace, which was never fully finished, had an ingenious system to collect rainwater but it rarely collected enough and this eventually led the palace to ...
... Udaipur. We had fun with him.
Our drive from the train station to the fort and palace was beautiful. There are many man-made lakes around Udaipur that were created by damming the rivers. We stopped along the way for a photo op at one of the lakes before continuing on. The fort and palace are located on Lake Pichholi.
Our first stop was at Sahelion Ke Bari or "Courtyard of the Maidens". As the story goes, one of the Maharaja's daughter was upset ...
... dark clouds started looming whilst we were at the Jantar Mantar and we just about made it to the safety of some shops across town before a storm hit - complete with hail! We had to shelter for almost an hour before it calmed down enough to walk back to the new town which required a lot of balancing and jumping between the pavement and sheltered shops. We also got to see goats, cows and pigs thoroughly enjoying the change of ...