Hotel Maurya Palace
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... the rest of the group walked with the elephants. The various rooms of the palace especially the one with mirrors were exquisite, but maybe the highlight Ted photobombing a group of indians. We learnt all about the king who had 12 wives and secret passageways so he could visit each one. Lunch was a great affair inside a door on a typical Indian street (yes full of **** and litter and shops you would not dare go in) and behind down a back alley a restaurant complete ...
... fort was made in red sand stone and white marble.
When inside the architecture was stunning and is more of a palace, we explored the gardens, the outer and inner buildings with our own guided tour which was ideal, not to mention having to stop every 5 seconds with the indian people wanting photos, when we took a group photo one man even photo bombed our group photo and posed right in the middle was hilarious, you soon have to get used to ...
... tourists all excited to be coming here.
And now, the moment of truth! Did I enjoy the movie? Well, with no English sub-titles plus the fact that I didn't understand a thing, NO for the movie but YES for the thrills of being here!
Michel slept through it and I ate my popcorn. At least, it was good!
... br> pitch. We had to climb to the second floor of the building to even begin our
viewing. Then we had to push on up to the third floor to see the rest.
All of the models were gold plated. A wizened old Indian
chap outside told us that they used 500 kilos of gold in its construction.
Whether this is true or not, it was it was a phenomenal sight. The scene was
dominated by a vast golden temple from which a long staircase descended. There
were countless ...
... by dozens of monkeys as we walked to the top of the hill. We are sure that those monkeys are there day and night but reluctant credit to Imran, now looking at the photos, we did get some great monkey shots at sunset with the city of Jaipur beautifully silhouetted in the background. Watching the monkeys was pure entertainment and Graham has captured a particularly hilarious blankie and monkey moment on video so if you fancy ...
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