Hotel Madho Vilas Jodhpur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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OPEN AND PEACEFUL! i loved the pool. easy and safe. the lush greens and the huge neem evergreen trees did it for me! my room was private and i had my own personal sit out!
the airport is 3 km and the old city 4km! perfectly situated! the shopping market is around the Conner too
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... there yet and to hang on, he would be right there. Unless the guy showed us a placard from the hotel, we were not to go with them. FINALLY by 7am, we were in the right taxi and on the way to the hotel. I loved my husband more than ever before at that moment. He had saved my day. I gotta talk to Santa about him. On the way to the hotel, the driver did ask us to visit some carpet shops and told us he would pick us up by 11 or 12 at the hotel to show us around Delhi. I declined about ...
... is an excellent cafe at the entrance. Definitely on the must do list. We then strolled down from the fort into the old town where we bought stamps, saw a modern hotel converted from a Havali, visited the market and had a very tasty lassi. Grade 2 walk in the heat back to the bus! After a two hour break with a nice swim, we fore gathered and went out to view the old capital. Mausoleums ...
... towards the central Sadar market area, clock tower and ultimately up to the Fort.
Our first impressions of Jodhpur were good. Known as the Blue City, it isn't too big and we easily found our bearings walking around. Many of the homes dotted around the city are painted in copper sulphate which helps keep the home cool and acts as an insect and ...
... upon work somewhere in the country. Jodhpur had a different atmosphere to the rest of the big cities. Streets get narrow which means only people and cows can make their way around. Great for avoiding the din of horns but not so great when there's cow pat on every corner. You need your finest acrobatic skills to avoid getting a flip flop full of the stuff. We got a tuk tuk to bring us to our guesthouse. He drove us down a dark alley at around 11PM and told ...
... and anti inflammatory during the day. Unfortunately, I still had some back spasms the next day, so I made sure to walk, climb and step extra gingerly - I'm such an old man now.. Anyways, we set off through the alleys to the lower entrance of Mehrangarh. This fort is a beast made of stone, equally as amazing as Amber in its own way. Along with its "muscle" and imposing location, what made our experience complete was the audio guide, the first in Rajasthan that was ...