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TravelPod Member ReviewsKarohi Haveli Udaipur
Very nice Haveli designed in traditional style, with good staff and competitively priced.
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Udaipur – an extended weekend spent in a city where rich history and cultural conservatism meets with modernity
What would be typical holiday destinations for folks from Mumbai/Delhi over an extended weekend period (3-days)? Places that come to mind often include Goa, Mahableshwar-Panchgani, Ratnagiri, Himachal, Rishikesh, Jaipur etc …
We spent this day touring around this beautiful town. The streets are cute and full of shops. Up to the palace museum which is a spectacular example of an Indian palace converted to a museum. The current Rahaja of Udaipur still lives in the palace and so not all of the building is open to the public. These places are all being converted to mueums …
... a few hours. We did it guideless and I don't think we missed too many nuggets of information. Having already been guided around palaces in Agra fort and Jaipur we kind of knew what were the baths and where the concubines may have lived. We enjoyed a display of rudimentary oil paintings depicting the 16th century Maharana, Pratap Singh who won a big battle against the Moghul invaders, and we had a discreet laugh at the expense of Pratap's descendant, Fateh, or Fatty Sing as ...
... far too much for the tuk tuk home £1.50 equivalent for a journey that would cost £7-8 in a taxi at home.
Busy enough for our last day in Udaipur and we were mulling over the different modes of transport we can cross off the list already - plane, train, car, cycle Rickshaw, tuk tuk, only camel, horse and elephant to go.
Wifi running slow so just a few pics for now - early start tomorrow and a 6 hour journey to Jaipur for the next leg of our ...
... just say that a sportsbra would have been much appreciated ;-) Anyway our hotel at Lake Pichola with a huge canopy bed and a rooftop pool made up for that and after a short stroll through town we postponed the proper sightseeing to the next day and relaxed at the pool instead ;-) At night we dined in a very nice restaurant at the lakeside where we had a beautiful view of the well lit city palace and the lake palace hotel. On Wednesday then ...