Hotel Maharani Plaza
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... the second most photographed building in India after the Taj Mahal ... Doubtful ! Then we left the hectic of the town and approached the hill top fortresses and palaces of Amber A large possession of elephants streamed up the hill to a large open courtyard and despite being hassled by locals selling umbrellas (yes Donna bought one !) the sounds from the large drum was atmospheric. Donna myself and wilma opted for the land rover approach so we bumped up the side ...
... opted for the steps and hill, on the asent up we saw sleeping goats and monkeys everywhere!!
At the top were men selling giant popadoms and a snake charmer dressed in traditional indian clothing with the cobra coming out of a wicker basket was a very interesting sight! The Amber Fort set in picturesque and rugged hills is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Constructed by Raja Man Singh I in 1592 and completed by Mirja Raja Jai ...
... an important part of the tourist circuit and thus, usually remains full every night for showings despite its size.
You're probably wondering why I’m telling you all of this! The answer is easy; I went to this famous theater this evening with the rest of the group to watch a Bollywood movie. The place was fully ...
... took our bus to the Amber Fort, which is a stunning palace built inside a fort for the King and Queen and their army in the 11th century. The palace was build of marble, and other stones. It is coloured with the pigments of vegetables and spices and has maintained those colours to this day. There are beautiful gardens inside, still taken care of. There is also a stunning garden on the outside of the palace walls that was at one time filled with soil from the North and used ...
... device; I'm having to rethink career choices!), a swim, beer and an early night.
The next day our driver took us to Jaipur with a quick stop at Fatephur Sikri, an abandoned city from the 16th century that one of the Moghul kings built just because he finally had a son whilst here. There's no drinking water in the area so unsurprisingly the city didn't really survive long... I had picked up a cold from hell so Mum actually allowed me a day off and we ...