Mapple Empire Regency Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... largest instrument & is one of the worlds largest sundials. It can be used to tell the time to an accuracy of about 2 seconds. While in Jaipur we also went to see a Bollywood movie. The cinema, Raj Mandir, was amazing, worth a trip just to see that. The movie, Shandaa, had only been released about 10 days previously & while it had no subtitles, was quite easy to get the gist of the story. Think there were as many foreigners there as ...
... towards the end. Hawa Mahal is the famous building famous for its facade of many windows where the Rajpur women are allowed to go and observe street parade without being seen. It was a long and hidden entry and a steep climb up before any of the view were visible. I was already tired out but plowed on gallantly. The view was amazing though, one can see amber fort from afar and Jaipur's many mosques, temples and buildings were clearly visible. Time however, is of essence. ...
... br> Not me, never in a million years but I did stand here today on this day and couldn’t be more thrilled! This was a 15 minutes stop for photo opportunities!
First one out the minibus, I crossed the busy road in a jiffy, practically ran the 50 meters to be the first one to arrive on ...
... as leopards are seldom
seen. They like to prowl the place at night. Seeing the variety of antelopes
and big “blue bulls” was enthralling. This place strikes a perfect ecological
balance as the “blue bulls” we were told, are the favourite food of the tiger.
Tigers will kill and eat one weekly on average. We can only say that they are
big buggers and tigers must have a big appetite to match!
We saw any amount of ...
... could take us to Moghul City which would apparently give us a real insight to authentic India. With a few hours to kill before sunset, and too far away from our hotel, the suggestion didn’t seem unreasonable although we were a little suspicious. Anyway, reluctantly we agreed and off we went, quite a long and bumpy ride to what we can only describe as the ancient back of beyond. Imran then suggested that as we were there ...