Hotel Krishnalila Regency
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... of cold water, or taking a shower to reduce the sweating. Tramping round in bright sunshine and 37 degree heat means it's something that's difficult to avoid. As we were due to checkout at 9.30am I wasn't quite sure how we were going to avoid getting onto the bus like wet rags. The solution seemed to be to head to an air conditioned mall. As neither of us are particularly keen on spending the day in malls we agreed to use the morning to locate a Hari ...
... tourism. Udaipur is one of favourite spots in the heritage tourism map of India and a seamless weekend gateway to relax and rejoice.
Udaipur is located 403 km south-west of Jaipur and is the administrative headquarter of Udaipur district of Rajasthan. Located in a valley surrounded by 5 lakes (Pichola, Fatehsagar, Ransagar, Swaroopsagar, doodh talai and Udaisagar) and palaces the city offers a beautiful combination of topography and ...
... of a kind. It is built to take up every square inch of a small island in Lake Pichola. It appears to be floating. The James Bond film, Octopussy, was filmed here. Unfortunately the only way to get a glimpse is to buy a $600/night room ... next time?! We did take the boat ride out to Jagniwas Island which was also a garden getaway for the royal family now hotel. It was neglected for a long time and still in the process of restoration, but really nice. I thought it was funny that ...
... by maharaja Jai Singh, Fateh Sagar Lake got its name from Maharana Fateh Singh, the lake extends to the length of 2.4 km, 1.6 km. in width and deep to the extent of 11.5 meter.
... towards Shri Ranukpur, the largest Jain Temple in India. Was shown around by a chap claiming to be the son of the High Priest - so he must be a son of a preacher man! Good tour and a pretty impressive place with over 1400 columns in glorious symmetry. The birds on the surrounding lake reminded us of Chhatra Sagar. He then sang a blessing for the Johnsons (Mrs J in tears) before reminding us that he is unpaid and needs to sustain himself by ...