Hotel Casa di William
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casa di William Khajuraho
OK, this wasn't the most luxurious of places we have stayed, but at £5 a night for a twin room it was good value. The main thing is that it was clean. We just wanted somewhere to stay overnight on our way to Varanasi. The beds are small and hard but the linen is clean. It took a while to get hot water for a shower, but it was fine once he problem was fixed. Our room was rather cild as it was at the back...ask for a room at the front? The owner met us off the train with a rickshaw which was really helpful. The restaurant was clean with good food - nice views from the rooftop. Right next door to western group of temples. Recommended for a budget stay.
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A leisurely start as our train is not due till 11am. We rise, pack bags and wander over to breakfast, ordering a packed lunch for the train whilst we are at it. Our taxi arrives at 9.45am. That's pushing it, even 10am was too early in our opinion but once again the hotel staff have insisted we should allow an hour for the 2km journey 'because of …
One of those transit days as we spend the day here in Khajuraho and then catch the overnight train to Delhi. We spend the day roaming around the remaining shops and Mark bought himself a blanket jumper which he got made special - much admiration of his muscles - he being a "big man and yes - old"!
Had an early dinner at the restaurant with a table perched in the tree - an OSH nightmare. We opted for a terrace table and watched ...
... tweeting in the lovely manicured gardens below, we have this almighty party going on!
Not to be outdone, we dine at a restaurant across the road - the Mediterraneo where the " Italian chef is supervised by the Dutch"! We have a lovely cold Kingfisher followed by a pizza!
Mark then spent the remainder of the night wandering the streets and being high jacked by the locals trying to sell him lots of useless ...
... hotel called Hotel Harmony and said that he would come around later to have a cup of chai. However, he never showed up. Gonzalo even went to visit him in his store but he wasn't there. I was very surprised!
We checked in, had a wonderful hot shower and then decided to have a rest. In the afternoon we went for a short walk around the town. Since the town of Khajuraho is very small it didn't take us more than 30 minutes to get to know all its corners. According to our ...
Today we decided to hire a motor scooter to get us around. For the princely sum of 500 rupee ($10) the scooter was ours. Like all Indians we decided no helmets were required and off we went. I was a little worried at first but soon settled into the rhythm and enjoyed the ride immensely. The objective of today was to see the temples of Khajuraho. The temples date from around 900AD, they repeatedly include two ...