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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palms Jaipur
Hotel Palms is a fairly modern hotel there were a few alterations taking place during our stay, but staff were helpful and rooms comfortable and clean. The terrace designated for lunch and breakfast lacked shade but it did overlook some nice gardens. The location was within walking distance to markets etc.
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We're getting a bit behind with these
blogs – not because they've not been written, but because we've
been having a bit of difficulty over the past few days getting
connected to wi-fi.
OK, Udaipur was my last update. We
were there for 3 nights and it was a real lovely place. The
temperature was …
... adding those 3 or so hours onto our already long travel itinerary. Oh well. We killed time getting chai tea at a coffee shop, then had dinner at a sports bar watching a cricket game (I mostly just watched the commercials which were hilariously over the top). Eventually we boarded the awe worthy 787 we were taking to Frankfurt. Ben loves planes and he was geeking out about this one since it's pretty new. I'll admit it was cool, completely massive from the ...
... to the family and leaves down the street. There is now a marching band in the lead with the portable chandeliers and their generator truck lighting the way. All the men folk are behind the marching band I am guessing to help him get started on his journey. We are bopping along to the band. I did mean we. Howard and I have got swept up in the moment and in full costume have jumped in with the rest of the men folk to send off our love struck groom. People are staring and laughing, ...
today we set off on a 6 hour minibus journey to Jaipur but not before stopping off at India gate,a vast memorial arch for the soldiers of the imperial army that fell in the first world and third afghan wars. The drive took us through fertile plains until we started a slow climb into Rajasthan. Occasional large rocky outcrops appeared in the mist,the fields became smaller and there were more wooded areas including palm trees. We started seeing monkeys again gathered near the fruit ...
We arrived in Jaipur on Valentines day by train. In serious style I might add, the second lowest class. The train system seems to be broken down by seated/sleeper and depends on the length of the journey. There's 1st, 2nd, 3rd, sleeper and second sitting. Don't be fooled, second sitting sounds fine but it is unassigned seating and these carriages are packed to the rafters. They make up around 70% of the train length. It's really really bad. People are ...