Hotel Mount Regency
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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Short and busy 12 day trip for my 2 week vacation in third year of residency. Initially decided to visit sister in SFO but since it's been 4 years she visited India, we both planned to visit at the same time, co-incidentally for Pranav's 5th birthday. Days went by very fast hanging out with friends, cousins and finally birthday event. Birthday event was a grand success with good turn out of people from both Maringanti and Satuluri ...
On Friday, Kotes treated the team to a Buffet lunch, as it was his birthday. In the foyer of the restaurant was a Rajasthani Puppet show, which we watched for a while before going in. After piling my plate with a vast selection of small fried snacks and pastries, I was told that was only ...
... a proper cup of tea and a cheesecake and I'd have punched them in the face. Then eaten the cheesecake anyway. Maybe apologised. Probably not. Unless I'd spilt the tea mid-attack in which case I might mumble a grudging apology and demand more. I'm a ******* charmer in the morning, me. If you ever need to wake me up for any reason, wear full body armour and bring a stick.
... thought the afternoon would be much better spent rowing a boat around the lake and enjoying a few cold beers at the hotel. A truly great decision!
Our final night there is one I’d rather forget. The three of us sought out one of the few places that served meat or 'Non-veg’ as the Indians like to put it. Me and Joe decided to gorge ourselves on all things animal and ordered a tandori chicken with a couple of ...
... of Mount Abu and the lake too. We walked on to the boat hut near the lake. We hired a pedalo for an hour Scott and I peddled and Anita sat chilling in the front. It was very peaceful. We sat in the middle of the lake and ate our lunch. The lake was beautiful with lots of smooth volcanic rocks, pretty trees and flowers and had many different types of birds including Indian geese.
The lake was apparently supposed to be made from a god (Shiva) who scraped up the ...