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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We got to Jodhpur yesterday morning and unfortunately the person we were meant to stay with did not answer my texts and phone calls and so we were feed to find a hotel last minute. Luckily, another person we were meant to just meet up with (couchsurf.com) hooked us up with a nice hotel that's pretty cheap and in a great location. Our hotel is located just at the foot of jodhpur's famous mehrangarh fort, only a walking distance away. We are in the heart ...
... overseas, but they've cordoned that off so you can only see a small section. Aaaaand then it was time for some flying fox action!
This. Is. So. Worth it! Book online and you'll get it cheaper, but basically it's a series of six zip lines which take you over battlements and water for some stunning views. It's a ridiculous amount of fun. You're kitted out in all of the usual harnesses associated with ...
... next. Most of the fort is now open to visitors and is run almost along the lines of a National Trust property in UK, with a very upmarket shop. Common with most forts it contains some palaces with accommodation for wives and concubines, known as the Zenana. The present Maharaja's mother (at a rough guess now in her 80s) lived in purdah, hidden from men, in the zenana, although with the changes in India in due course she abandoned it. On display are ...
... The food was very tasty, however once again Clare and Chiara felt a bit cheated by their korma which in India is even less like curry and more white creamy sauce. We took a leaflet for the flying fox and agreed to book it that evening and were persuaded to return for some henna too. Back at RAAS, our rooms were ready but before we settled in we were taken on an architectural tour of hotel. The hotel is a mix of old and new. The entire thing has been ...
... so graceful but a load of fun if one can maintain their balance! haha I don’t think I have giggled like a school girl like that in years. After about two hours of walking along singing our song we made it to our over night camp amongst the sand dunes. It was pretty funny to see the lot of us walking like John Wayne after dismounting. Camels are much wider than horses so you can imagine how we were all feeling. This was pretty much ...