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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 …
... of the rickshaw to banging house tunes. For a good half an hour, I wasn't sure whether I was still in Rajasthan or had made it back to Goa. Either way, I'd missed this!
After another visit to Lassiwala, which had become something of a daily ritual for us, I realised it was about time I did some shopping. The sole intention of which was to replace my cargo shorts, which I'd unfortunately left back in Amritsar. Yes, I'd been in trousers every day since I got into this ...
... that one.
Jaipur gave us a metropolitan, almost American vibe as we arrived, with wide boulevards and gated houses. The district we stayed in was clearly the wealthier side of the city. Our hotel was a little slice of heaven - still in the budget category, it had luxury characteristics and a rooftop restaurant so popular there was a queue every night.
Once again on our first proper day we ventured out map in hand, intending to ...
... stones into marble) which is another common feature. It also had two vast silver pots made from melted down coins about 1.5 metres high which were used to carry Ganges water to London on a state visit. Why I have no idea. It was all most splendiferous. Round the corner were a collection of astronomical instruments, the Jantar Mantar, built from the 1500's on to try and make sense of the wider universe. Many were larger and larger sundials (including the largest ...
... Red Fort in Delhi. We also saw Sikandra and the Baby Taj, two beautiful mausoleums. The guide was a real bonus as there's no way we would have enjoyed the day nearly half as much without his information. Ah the joys of traveling in style! We finished a long day with a show of how marble has the stones inlaid in it (incredibly intricate and difficult, especially if you're as fat-handed as I am! I'm also to inflexible to cross my legs and sit close enough to the ...