Mapple Empire Regency Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and jovial pats on the back but sometimes, understandably, not always positive ones. After some time, I found the path to lead me up the winding passage to the top of the hill. By the time I was half way, the views were already phenomenal and began to reveal the true extent of this sprawling city, spreading as far as the eye could see in almost every direction. Eventually reaching the top, through a large gateway, I was greeted by the most impressive step well I'd ever seen in ...
Jaipur is called the Pink City because many of the buildings are pink in color. Our first visit was to Hawai Mahal, the "Palace of the Winds." It was built in 1799 by Sawai PratapSingi. The building is a tiered composition of 953 windows with perforated screens so the ladies of the harem could view the outside without being seen. Surprisingly the building is only one room deep.
Our next visit was to the city palace. Originally built in ...
... sight of the pink city. Lastly we were taken to our drivers families boutique shop where we indulged in some cashmere and wool garments along with the beginning of a tailor made suit for me. On the way home we stopped at the Albert hall museum which contained an Egyptian mummy & serval intricately decorated weapons & armour. On arriving back at the hotel we walked to an ATM and picked up the first fresh young coconut to drink and a ...
Jaipur is great. Hot, deserty, clean(ish). Very Phoenix Indian style.
this is home of Rajasthan and the Rajputs, or Hindu warriors. The people are very proud. The specialty dish here is Jaipur Vegetables. A spicy cashew sauce ...
... we stop for a tea or coffee and surprised us by taking us down one level from the rooftop to a courtyard that he announced was part of his family home! He was taking us for tea or coffee with his mom!
It was an honor to be in Raghu's home where four generations are living including Raghu himself. His family has served as counsel to the Maharaja of Rahjistan for six generations. He showed us photos of his family shaking ...