Hotel Hill Lake
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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... watering just thinking about it. The only thing she did differently with the rice was throw some peppercorns in there (helpful hint: watch out for these ****ers whilst you're eating!) and some ghee. The bread, well, I'm pretty sure Morrison's do a naan, I did attempt to roll a puri out which resulted in a less than circular yet still somehow edible effort. And that was it. Tasty food in ...
... the city of lakes). The city itself had a nice feel to it as it was a little quieter than jodhpur with shop lined streets selling handy crafts and views of the lakes in the back drop. Only in India could they get away with calling a lane just wide enough for a car and a bike a highway! We made our way to the palace in the center and bought the tickets for a boat trip around the main lake so that we could see the floating palace were ...
... shocking. Once we had finished here, it was time for some lunch. Fortunately, we stumbled upon a small cafe down a side street called The Lotus Cafe. The food was cooked fresh to order and was delicious. After lunch, all of our group bar Eleanor went on a boat ride on Lake Pichola to view The City Palace and the surrounding landscape. The views were stunning and it was rather relaxing to be away from the hustle and bustle. Eleanor met us at the end and we ...
... of my Bridget Joneses floating somewhere around the ghats of Lake Pichola was not too concerning but by newly made salwar kameez was in there ! He said he would look for it. After ten minutes the phone rang and it turns out that because I forgot to collect it, the laundry man thought it was dirty and washed it again. I don't know how he thought that when it was neatly bundled up and tied with string and smelling lovely as opposed to scrunched up and smelling not so lovely. Oh ...
... prayer (that are way too loud and usually sung off key) followed by roosters crowing, dogs barking, and monkeys swinging in trees. This is a city that has a lot mini-palaces that were built in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Many have been converted to hotels and we are staying in one. This has been a very special place for us to stay - ...