Hotel Natural Lake View
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Natural Lake View Udaipur
This Hotel had a great view from the roof top restaurant, and the view from our room window was incredible. The food here was also one of the best places we had eaten in Rajisthan- and you can eat while looking out over the lake. Bliss.
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... our shoes while we walked around. The unwelcome attention of touts is somewhat relieved by everyone else wanting to practise their Englsih on us. From the temple we headed off towards what we thought would be the entrance to the City Palace. After a detour into a delightful courtyard cafe for a welcome lime soda, we got slightly off track winding down lots of narrow streets surrounded by motorbikes, tuktuks and other traffic and ...
... 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 ...
... back on shore, I went out and onto Deen Dayal Park at Doodh Talai nearby from where there is a Ropeway leading to Karni Mata temple. On the way I took a detour to the Gulab Bagh Zoo, which is just like any other zoo! This rope way connects two hills. and again it is also a treat for city viewing and photography. It took a little more than an hour to get back to Doodh Talai and from there, I booked an auto and asked that guy to show me some good areas near Fateh Sagar Lake.
... From the lakeside, we headed inland some 2km to Ahar, a collection of over 250 cenotaphs to the Maharajas of Mewar, the old name for Udaipur. Further north was the Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum, an amazing collection of tribal art, jewelry, musical instruments, paintings and puppets. We arrived just in time to catch a short but very entertaining puppet show, which was similar to the one in Jaisalmer.
... enough, this was the first place I was able to find magnets in India! Mind you, I had not reached Taj Mahal yet... As I was browsing the various shops, I stumbled upon a perfect present for Josh and wanted to practice my bartering skills....EPIC FAIL.
I am no whiz at bartering. To be frank, I'm lousy at it. For every item I purchased in India thus far, my tour mates told me for EVERY ITEM I'D PURCHASED THUS FAR that I paid too much and should have bartered ...