Hotel Mandiram Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Knowing that we had a long drive ahead of us (7 hours to Udaipur) we planned a morning stroll around the Bathing Ghats. The sunrise was beautiful and the buildings gleamed in the morning light. Deciding to circumnavigate Pushkar in the opposite direction to the previous day, we set off, only to be reminded that shoes are not allowed within 40 feet of the Ghats. Unfortunately, this meant we braved, not only the cold stone, but the extensive pigeon droppings ...
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Off to the City Palace. The royal family still owns the palace and has turned two sections into two hotels and the remaining section is a museum and some stores. We had some great views of the town and the lake from the palace. We stopped in to visit the crystal palace before a wonderful buffet lunch.
... to look at your book, Michael, but something went amiss.
Took the time to delete the balance of pix from the Baltics/ancient Macedonia trip. To expedite getting today's blog up by sack time, downloaded pix for the day and uploaded some to the blog.
1730 rolled around and off soon thereafter--once the Fruit ...
... have an auspicious birthdate and time! - a beautiful dinner and more wine on the roof. Another perfect day and so worth the extra splashout. The highlight of our trip so far. We were actually almost in tears when we had to leave (which we left to the absolute last minute) saying goodbye to the wonderful staff who had so looked after us. We left wondering how we could possibly go back to backpacking after that! We did make the most of the rest of the ...
... I don't think many people know about it other than the locals which suited us. It was fab to have Martin there to get snaps of me and Niomi together for once. I did feel a bit bad keep asking him but we had to make the most of it! I think he quite like playing photographer. At sunset we climbed up to the highest point in the palace and climbed what I thought to be the best spot to watch the sky turn from night to day. We sat with our legs dangling over the edge and ...