Hotel Amer View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... After that we felt we had earned a drink in the peace and quiet of the LMB air conditioned restaurant.
After a quick shower and change we decided to set off for a fort on the top of the hill in order that Ros could take, guess what, photos of the sunset! Having got a tuk tuk driver to agree a price we then realised that he had no idea where we wanted to end up so he drove along stopping regularly to see if he could find someone who spoke English. When he ...
... price and an idea struck me. I inquired if she was doing sight seeing in the area and if she'd like a travel partner. That was gladly accepted. Furthermore, the hotel offered that they add a mattress in my room and we each pay 200. I thought it more fair that I pay 250 and she pays 150 since I took the bed. However, because 50 of my 300 was paid to hostelworld.com the owner was genuinely confused. No matter, even if I were to pay 300 for the room with another girl taking ...
... or a la vānova, les parets amb incrustacions de plata, els mobles restaurats del maharajā... Perō per desgrācia, la nostra alegria va durar poc. "On és la piscina?" vam preguntar. Resposta: “La piscina i el gimnās estan tancats per reformes!” Ugh! Afortunadament, el personal de l'hotel va entendre rāpidament que no podíem quedar-nos allā i ens van ajudar a trobar un altre hotel. Així doncs, amb pluja ...
... 25km outside at Chomu Palace Hotel, we have trouble finding it but earl spots the sign and again spots the hidden entrance and we have arrived. With a garland of flowers given to us and a cold towel we are at our next chapter. The hotel is stunning and room is huge. A little rest as Earls back is aching from the bumpy safaris. We then go to see the beginning of the holi festival. There is a bonfire and music and I join in the dancing. We have some brash Americans ...
... gates, palaces etc. he then said he would take us somewhere for tea. We went down three floors and into a roof courtyard and were greeted by his mother and invited into the house. They gave us water, tea or coffee and a biscuit. He, his mother and his sister-in-law were very gracious and all spoke English. Raghu has his Master of Commerce from an American University. He is very well educated, but he says being ...