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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the car after all that climbing! On our way back down Pavagadh hill we stopped at a couple of different historic sites including ancient fort walls and an old mosque. Before lunch we made our way to another mosque, this one not in as good condition as the others so we didn't spend long here. For lunch, we went to a nearby hotel which we had a lovely Indian meal. Feeling satisfied we went back to our hotel for a chilled evening tv watching and relaxing in the garden. - ...
... the World Heritage Resort. On arrival we realised we were the only guests staying in the hotel and to make things even better we were upgraded to the royal suite! It's a beautiful resort at the end of a dirt road that passes several villages, basically in the middle of no where. The resort was meticulously looked after with lovely gardens and a mango orchard at the front. We didn't waste much time and headed back out ...
... lived in Pali which was our hopeful destination for the night. So by the time we arrived in Pali at 6pm he had arranged a banquet diner at a Hindu temple for us as well as accommodation. We are constantly blown away by people's generosity and willingness to help us! The sceptic in me is always questioning their motive ut we really do feel that majority of the time people are just genuinely kind! day 3 - again a few ...
... cannon range! We practically had the place to ourselves.
Two of the Mosques at Champaner had a ticket booth where they ask foreigners to pay 250 Rs each ($5). But because Indians are charged something like 20Rs, the request for 250 Rs from us seemed like a slap in the face. We had just seen the free, similarly beautiful, mosque and so admired the two pay mosques from the distance.