Hotel Maharani Palace
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... the trip ended, bad feelings had developed between them.
My group had a fascinating mix of searchers and tourists. We all had interesting stories. There were two couples of Indian descent. One couple was Hindu, the result of an arranged marriage. Their families had fled Pakistan after independence because of persecution ...
... are saying). This was clearly one of the downfalls about staying in a remote area!! Nevertheless, we made it home safely before dark to have a relaxing evening of dinner and a movie (bringing a laptop travelling definitely has its perks). We would like to mention that we had a 5 star gourmet chef, Gopi, cooking for us in this village! Over the course of our 3 day stay, we had many a conversation with this humbled man and found out that he had worked for 5 star hotels in the city ...
With everyone functional again, on the following day we finally made contact with Rajendra, who took all four of us into the Old City of Jaipur again. Jaipur was the first planned city in India (all things are relative!), and was designed by the ruling Maharajah in the seventeenth century. This gentleman was something to contend with; he became the Maharajah at the age of eleven, moved the capital of the province from Amber to Jaipur – which ...
... you could literally see the suns shadow moving along the thing as we stood and watched. After Jantar Mantar, it was time to shop...shake took us to a local textile factory which was owned and subsidized by the government. Oddly enough, this exact place had been recommended to us by one of our IES abroad directors in Delhi who was originally from Jaipur. The place was incredible; we toured around the production area for the first 10-15 minutes and saw how they ...
... the evening and then at around 10pm Nadine fainted in her chair. Eyes still wide open but no response. Franklin leaped to the rescue (I was useless) and laid Nadine on the floor. The staff were a little worried and offered to call a doctor but it turned out Nadine was a bit prone to fainting (thankfully she thought it not worth warning us about :)). She was back up and running in 10 mins but the staff at Henry's insisted she go back to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service