Hotel Prithviraj Ajmer

Address: Opp. Patel Stadium, Ajmer, Rajasthan, 305001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Opp. Patel Stadium, Ajmer, is near Bhagchand Ki Kothi.
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    Travel Blogs from Ajmer

    The Holy City

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Sep 25, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... down, she lost her footing and fell, bumping her head. She cried a lot but her mother told us not to worry. We made a swift exit. For lunch, we visited a family home, where we were cooked daal and special traditional breads. I (Korima) had to give my bread to Ben when the chef wasn't looking! We then took the jeep to Pushkar. Pushkar is a holy city entered around Pushkar Lake, in which Hindus believe they can ...

    Pushkar: One of India's Oldest and Holiest Towns

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Feb 21, 2014

    43 photos

    ... will usually lay on the horn, adding to the madness while reminding everyone to keep moving.

    While in the streets of Pushkar you can look up and usually see a monkey perched on an awning or a window sill, watching the action with his buddies. Monkeys are everywhere in Pushkar. They squeal, climb trees, and play on top of temples. Sometimes they even steal: Once I saw a monkey drop down into the street, grab a packet of spices in his hand and another packet in his mouth, ...

    Is there a (camel) doctor in the house?

    A travel blog entry by trenttracey on Dec 07, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... my errands I imagined an official or some sort of Police sort of person might approach the car. This person would have the intention of asking the car to be moved from its current location. I would in my dream summon my best Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey) impersonation. I would wait until they tapped on the window and then lower it only a couple of inches, they would say something to to me in some sort of authoritative Hindi command, to which I would reply ...

    India - Pushkar Camel Fair

    A travel blog entry by gazburn on Nov 09, 2013

    31 photos

    ... fumes for 30 minutes. When we did actually arrive, the bus station was a chaotic sight. With all signs in Hindi and the staff being either unhelpful or helpful but incorrect, it took us an age to find our bus. Finding it was one thing, getting on it was an entirely different story. People were literally pulling each off the steps of the bus for the privilege of jamming themselves inside. God knows how many people finally got on but with the ...

    The Gateway to India

    A travel blog entry by roblund3 on Aug 19, 2013

    10 photos

    ... friends of Laura who were some of the most welcoming, friendly and hospitable people we have met anywhere in the world. Deepak, a local restaurant and hotel manager could not possibly have done more to ensure we got the most from our time in Udaipur. Deepak hosted us for dinner on our first evening and served us the most traditional of Indian dishes, educated us in some of the local tradition and language. He also organised for us to go up to see sunset at ...