Hotel Mansingh, Jaipur
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I didn't know Rajasthan was such a great province. To tell you the truth, when I saw the tour schedule, I thought I could skip Jaipur. However, I was totally wrong and it was an absolutely must-visit city. On our way to Rajasthan, our guide talked about the characteristics of Rajasthan, which fascinated me to the interesting province and just after …
... it out. This time Lonely Planet wasn´t lying. We liked the place a lot and finally spent there 4 hours. We met a group of 4 people from Mallorca that gave us nachos with cheese and some vegetables as a present. Then we ordered two normal meals, pasta and wrap, and we enjoyed both of them. We kept drinking beer and chatting for a long time. We considered it to be a late celebration of Valentine´s Day :) Why not?
Day 1: February 17, 2014
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... my life learning Calculus.)
Elias is enrolled as an independent study student at Yu Ming and follows the curriculum put forth by his teacher, Shen Laoshi, who skypes with him every other week at weird hours on weekends, and somehow makes it work. She gets an A+. I probably get around a B. We started out a little shaky. Elias’ early nickname for me was “Mean Mama,” but I have not made him sob uncontrollably in about a month. Progress.
... to gasp, shout, clap, whistle etc at the screen should you feel the urge. Three hours of hilarity and interaction, we realized anything is possible in a Bollywood film: triple flips in the air, dodging bullets and blinding everyone except yourself in a room with a special high powered light are a few. Presented in Hindi, I think Max and I got the basics of what was going on. What an awesome experience, I'm really glad we did it.
We dedicated our last day ...
... people so you have a choice either a) be bothered by the merchants on the footpath or b) be bothered by the rickshaw drivers on the road lol... Why you be like that?... (A common phrase when we say no!) Within the bazaar we had lunch at a local diner named Mohan which was recommended by trusty tripadvisor. It looked a little dodgy but we were up for something authentic. Turned out the food was fresh and delicious and our bellies survived the risk. Next challenge was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center