Hotel City Palace
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Very beautiful Museum that gives a glimpse of how the life of the Indian emperors could have been
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Bollywood night was pretty awesome. One of the top performers in India was there (surprise, surprise) and all of the Indian people were very excited.
Hina and Gaurav performed a short dance, along with several family members.
One of the top caterer's in India was hired to prepare a humongous buffett for the guests, and of course, …
... some of the paints used gold, silver and other minerals and when the light fell on the painting at certain angles all these colours suddenly shimmered - very wow!
One ice cold Coke later, it was time to make our way out of the fort through its oldest gate - about 400 years old (we'd come in through its newest (about 200 years old)...we walked through the areas of the fort whose claim to fame was the filming of Dark Knight Rises, and that Richard Gere Visa ad. But for ...
... straight out of the Arabian Nights in the distance. We've spent the last few days sightseeing, eating yummy Aloo gobi, banana lassi, and naan on our hotel's rooftop at sunset, and enjoying the sights and sounds of our immediate surrounds. We now have only 2 nights left of our 2 week adventure in India, and though we indeed discovered a beautiful side of this intensely diverse and chaotic country, we are looking forward to the next leg of our ...
... along with the other 200 people using the round about, the two of them exchanged the money as if they were Maxwell Smart passing off confidential documents in Istanbul. Both of them looking sideways as they gently bumped together and the exchange was made. We had witnessed Indian bribery first hand. Billoo said that the officer had pulled him over for not wearing his seatbelt, which he never wears and still continues not to. From beyond the city ...
... I hope we don't meet anything coming the other way! We are dropped off in our home stay street and with a little help from a local shopkeeper we locate a laundry on the corner. Can't think why we didn't see it sooner. We deposit a carrier bag full of washing which will be cleaned and pressed by 8pm tomorrow, and all for the princely sum of a fiver. Then it's back for a shower and siesta. Back in the room we check on our train tickets for onward travel and ...