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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 arrived in time for brunch in Jaipur, known as the Pink city because the old city was painted pink for the visit of King George V, in .... Lunch was at the hotel on the outside patio, very tasty hot and sour soup and a cabbage & tomato salad for moi. After lunch, we went for an orientation tour of the area and went into the gated old city. …
... influences of the fort. Remember, we are now experts on the Mogul empire and associated maharajas of india so we were butting in before he could actually say anything. I think he got a bit ****** off when, later in the day, John started to try and explain earth correlation during our visit to the the observatory.. Distinctly spicy breakfast today with the added bonus of our waitress who although a bit shy yesterday was our best mate today, constant coffee ...
... the two panes of glass, all it was missing was some pet fish. We loaded off the train, all waterproofs on us and rucksacks and made our way to the exit. As we crossed the bridge we were swarmed yet again with drivers who were particularly persistent and hung around us despite our refusal to accept their 'very good price'. Thankfully the guesthouse had offered a free pick up so we hastily rang them. To avoid getting taken by the wrong driver they then supplied us with a code ...
... We broke the ice and did what all women do - admired each others jewellery and clothing!
After an incredibly delicious lunch of veg curry, chappatis, rice all eaten by hand, we took a wander around the area. There was a temple, very dark and mysterious inside, and a few other ruined temples amongst the crops. I asked how old one crumbling statue of Vishnu was, Giri said “Oh, its not old, its only about 400 years old”…. Lots ...