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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I didn't know Rajasthan was such a great province. To tell you the truth, when I saw the tour schedule, I thought I could skip Jaipur because it didn't look attractive. However, I was totally wrong and it was a must-visit. On our way to Rajasthan, our guide talked about the characteristics of Rajasthan, which fascinated me to the interesting …
railway stations, however, everything here ran on time! As is the case in all
cinemas, there was ample opportunity to buy popcorn and Coke. (Cola, not the
other stuff…) We were meeting Ashwami inside and he had subtly mentioned that
he had a passion for popcorn, so we purchased of tub roughly the size of a
We sat in a quiet corner and were soon joined by a party of
middle aged local ladies who were obviously on a girl`s night ...
Like traveling along the roads in India, shopping in Jaipur is not for the faint of heart. Bartering is a theatrical experience that requires wit, stamina and concentration. Buying a pashmina scarf goes something like this: -You like this pashmina ma'am? Beautiful pashmina for beautiful woman! -No thank you. Just looking. -Good, good. Just look. No buy. No buying ...
... or follow you around, or sit uncomfortably close and stare or even bang on the car window when stopped in traffic, it was all so different to any place we had been before.
Both nights we ate in the Peacock restaurant, which was on the top floor of the Pearl Palace hotel, good food and amazing surroundings, a little Westerners hideout from the madness ...
We arrived in Jaipur very late in the evening, so there was nothing better to do than wash the dust off ourselves and head for bed. Tomorrow would come far too early!
We decided that we would do the walk through Jaipur's "Pink City", as outlined in the "Lonely Planet". They indicated that it would take about 5 hours to complete, but we knew we weren't going to go the whole distance. Infact, we got about three hours into it when we hit ...