Hotel Baba Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in Udaipur this evening by driver. We are staying at Janak Niwas hostel, with Sanjay as the owner. Alli called him ahead of time to let him know we were coming. The staff is very kind, they showed us around the city and as it is low season we have an entire rooftop patio to ourselves. This city has a lake with a palace beside it - I think it is the most beautiful place we have been yet. We ate dinner at a rooftop restaurant overlooking the ...
... royal family who still live there. It has been meticulously maintained so all the original art work is still intact. The main courtyard was set up with all sorts of seating for an evening of Holi celebrations. All over the city there were tall pieces of wood wrapped in straw getting ready for all the bonfires that indicate the start of Holi. The actual throwing of the colours doesn't start until the next day. That evening a few of us attended a dance performance ...
... areas for the harem and another for his concubines. In many cases a new ruler would build a new palace so many of these sites appear to be a series of joined places. The city palace in Udaipur was built along an outcrop of rock and whilst it appears to be all the same height some parts are only one storey high ! The palace is currently divided into a hotel, a conference centre, a museum and the open section plus the ...
... decided not to buckle under pressure from the British King George and skipped an important meeting in order to keep Udaipur free and independent.
After the fort, we headed down to the lake for a boat ride that included a visit to the Lake Palace for beverages and biscuits; with great views around the lake and back to the fort and palace. The boat ride was very pleasant with the water helping make it feel a bit cooler.
Arriving back on dry ...
Udaipur what a place , its so peaceful and mesmerising. Definitely a more romantic setting in India. Udaipur is built in and around lake Pichola, where the James Bond film Occtopussy was set , and the film is actually shown on tv every single night at 8pm, we were told this by many locals. Udaipur has been one of the smallest places we have visited with only one main road full of shops and cafes, ...