Hotel Krishna Niwas

34 and35 Lal Ghat, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India | Hotel
Prices starting from $17.00

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Woke up with spew bug

A travel blog entry by amanda.moore11

Seriously feeling like **** - spewing and ******** what the hell. Had to check out but just stayed on the bed all day haha. Night bus at 9pm so left then - hugs from all the boys at the hostel they love us :) Traveling to Mumbai not looking forward to the bus at all :( so ...

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A travel blog entry by emilyhanne


... hey, it was a holiday so somehow we ended up on a big, red coughing motorcycle in Jaipur.

Then off to the orphanage. Rakhi, the celebration of brother and sisterhood, is celebrated by Ian with this same orphanage every year. Now I don’t know how well known Indian orphanage “stuff” is, but ALOT of the girls (and boys) in any orphanage are not actually available for adoption. India has a system that allows for children to ...

Udaipur: the city of lakes and palaces

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow


... would have (were two elephants would wrestle each other with a dividing wall between them). The last contest was in the 1950s and there were more than a few paintings about the subject. They royal armory was pretty awesome though, despite some of the weapons being mislabelled (I blame my nerdish love of old weapons for even noticing it). Lots of daggers and axes with gun attachments. All kinds of badass.

The royals also had an island garden in the lake, which is now ...

Udaipur: The White City

A travel blog entry by sfenwick


... thousands of people. I am so glad we had a chance to see it, it was a very cool experience. All of the side streets seemed to be very well organized with what they sold. One street sold children's toys, one sold clothing, another sold household goods, another flowers… and those were the only 4 streets we ventured down. The market seemed to go on as far as the eye could see down every street around. We managed to find a few snacks to ...

Day 3 & 4: Jodhpur- Ranakpur- Udaipur

A travel blog entry by uwander


... in Rajasthan, the name comes from the Maharaja who ruled or developed the place back in time. More popularly known as the Venice of the East, the lake district etc, this place did not really fascinate us as much or maybe we had set our expectations too high!

Day 4 - Udaipur

As we checked into Sherton overseeing Lake Fateh Sagar, we realised, that the fun and true experience of this city is only if stay on the banks ...

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This hotel, located on 34 and35 Lal Ghat, Udaipur, is near Fateh Prakash Palace and Rajiv Gandhi Park.
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