Hotel Mandiram Palace
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... a largely straight free space. This must speak definitely for the restaurant. Also I see only one table with foreigners. When I make the photo, are not even ansatzweise all meals at the plate. For a better conception, I listed in the following, which I ate in this evening of everything:
8 x naan (plain bread, warm and fresh)
2 x portions chutney with onions
2 x fried bread
... out the City Palace (where Octopussy was filmed) and a few gardens around the place.
Pretty relaxed and the city is abuzz because India thrashed Pakistan (the old enemy) in the Cricket World Cup...Australia beat England too and the vibe is all good.
That's about it - off to Jodphur tomorrow before we head to the Gold City of Jaisalmer in the desert.
... to top it off. Mitch and I couldn't help but laugh our butts off. One of the songs was Lil' Jon screaming, "Make some Mother F#@$%IN Noise!!" and we were almost in tears laughing. They really don't understand the meaning of Christmas here but it was entertaining to say the least.
They gave us a menu and there was no beer on the menu. I have yet to see beer on a menu, but ...
... are greeted with a chilly 13 degree temperature. Our hotel pickup takes us into town where we have a light breakfast as we wait for our room to be ready. The rooftop resturant provides us with a spectacular view of Lake Pichola and the Taj Lake Palace. We leave our bags with the front desk and head out to see the Bajore-ki-haveli. On route we have our first (of many to come) cow sightings. This 18th century 138 room mansion is set by the waters edge and use to ...
... lift by trying to fit too many people! Needless to say, this was not the best part of the day and things rapidly improved after we left the hotel. After breakfast, we jumped into a couple of rickshaws and rode into the main square. It was all beautifully decorated with fairy lights and yellow material for the Navratri festival. After a quick orientation walk, we went to visit a local artist, who told us about his work, showed us some traditional painting and ...