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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... each other with complicity when they opened the doors of our room. Unfortunately, our joy was short lived. While standing in our beautiful room, we were informed that the pool and the fitness center were closed for renovation. Ugh! Thankfully, the hotel staff was very professional and they helped us find a new hotel. So we moved to the Trident hotel, very nice but our dream of a Maharajah's Palace was over. In ...
... winding driveway past dozens of peacocks, vintage cars and interestingly a original steam train with carriages that have even converted to a 'dining experience' called Steam. Our car door was opened by one of a number of beturbaned doormen and after passing through the ever-present metal detector, we were led upstairs with an ornate umbrella held above our heads, which was momentarily tilted so rose petals could be scattered over us while a photographer captured ...
... worshipped animals are not appreciated more. I'm sure an elephant sanctuary would go down a treat in Jaipur with the tourists... We gave this elephant a lot of tlc after our ride and I think almost regretted looking forward to it! Ultimately, we decided to end our day seeing this as a cultural exchange of ideas and education in which we gave our views openly and carefully to those operating the business and hope that maybe somewhere deep down ...
... was a white western woman and when she finished her meal, she got up got a plastic cup from the water machine and then started filling it with the left over lettuce that other people had left on their plate, but the things is i dont think that had actually finished i think they had just gone for a smoke. The waiter confronted her about it and she got really ***** asking 'whats the problem, they don't want it, i've asked them' .....LIAR. Desperate times when you have ...
... by zeros and one of them has trouble understanding where to line up some of the numbers. I found that once I could identify their actual needs I was much more capable of teaching them. The little boy is still working on learning his times tables. Trying to explain multiplication to a child when you don't even speak their language is a challenge! I found some ...