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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... constant collisions. My brain was endlessly waiting for the sound of crushing metal that never came despite being able to reach out and clean the ears of the people in the cars beside us. Somehow they have this offensive driving thing down to a complete science. Anyway, I digress. Back to Jaipur and our amazing tour. Shakeer took us to a tower that afforded great views of the Pink City and Taj like photo ops then on to the lake palace which was absolutely beautiful at Sunset. We ...
... ignorant act of a foreigner.
Our train was 19666. While a day trip, we had a sleeper car which was great as I would eventually spend the most time in my seat 30 top bunk chilling.
It's amazing the number of people who sleep at a train station over here. Things were pretty busy. Chatted with Anuj about this or that. He never scolds me about making remarks about group members. Then again, how could he when he pointed out to me that Big Mama [my nickname ...
... inaccessible to the public.
After a spot of lunch, we got a tuk-tuk to the Royal Observatory, which was fascinating. It was built by the maharaja, whose name translates as 'one and a quarter' because he was seen to have the intelligence of more than one person.
This evening we went to see a Bollywood film called Deewat e Ishq and got popcorn for 50p! The cinema we went to is one of the remaining 'old ...
... up for next day long trip to Panipat.
By te time we reached Jaipur from Ahmedabad, self-driven, odometer
showed 675 kilometers. We were looking for a relaxing accommodation to
charge us up for next day trip.
About Sarovar Portico :
Jaipur is a big city with distant perimeter. For business traveler, the area of Jaipur in which one has work, matters the most. This place is ...
... the fort – instead we just walked. The fort was ok (I'm getting a bit sick of them to be honest) but the walls snaking all over the hills were pretty cool. We didn’t get any sort of guide for this fort, so we spent a fair while just wandering through the maze of rooms. When we arrived back at the hotel I got to open the parcel mum had sent (with string and wax seal added), yay for marmite and vitamins.
Next day we tried to do the ...