Fly View Hotel

Address: Maruti Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Maruti Nagar, Jaipur, is near Jantar Mantar - Jaipur, Jaigarh Fort, Shesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors), and Albert Hall Museum.
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      The Fort of all Forts

      A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Mar 16, 2015

      14 photos

      ... were filming a new blockbuster Bollywood Movie! We stopped at the Water Palace on our way back to the city for a quick photo stop. A late lunch was had at the Peacock Rooftop restaurant near to our hotel - lovely setting overlooking Hatroi Fort On returning to our room we turned on the TV and the well known film Slumdog Millionaire had just started, we watched it laughing away as we could now relate to many of the Indian ...

      On the other side of the mountain

      A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Jan 27, 2015

      6 photos

      ... with concubine apartments, this is what I call a Fort.

      Monkey See...

      On a cold, foggy morning we once again put our cynical souls into the hands of our Road God, Ravi, who craftily weaves his way out of Agra for what proves to be a relatively uneventful and safe journey westward toward a city called Jaipur. A few miles before J-Town Ravi detours to take us to another temple. We could say no, but it's a Monkey Temple, so really, it's a ...

      Sikh temple and Susie's Pink City

      A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 14, 2014

      41 photos

      ... the temple in his city. He told them if a temple ever needed money, they were to rip off some gold off the temple. No one has ever removed a speck of gold. Our tour director, Daisy, helped deliver food for a bit. You do not have to be poor to eat at the temple. Anyone can eat there. They have a lake there so that you can clean yourself too. The Sikh feed people at lunch and dinner from about noon to ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... cell/mobile phone, at least a distraction.

      We went around the lake to the bus terminal. Dunno how a dog could sleep at road's edge with the cars whizzing by, yet alone the horns. Out on larger roads, horns are a safety measure, advising a slower moving vehicle that another vehicle is passing. Oddest sight at the bus terminal was an outdoor set of urinals.

      On a better bus for our 1015 departure. Sat with Mary. Marking jokes about 5* and Big Mama was some ...


      A travel blog entry by markjoy on Aug 19, 2014

      79 photos

      ... day. Our sari hunt ended positive, I found a beautiful, colorful and nice priced sari. So many shops, colors, paterns it's dizzling me. Also very strange that in most, maybe just all, shops men are serving you I still have no idea were all the women are . What happens in a sari shop is you have to sit down, say what you like and the men are unpacking and unfolding many sari's till you hopefully choose one. Imagine all that glitterfabric on the ...