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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... good for the diet, every cloud has a silver lining.
So, up bright and early the next day, we were ready for Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan and according to our Lonely Planet guide:- ‘an enthralling historical city and the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state’. Now, Graham and I have long been fans of Lonely Planet guides but I have to say we were becoming less and less enchanted with their guide ...
... Tak sa stalo. Večeral som teda neskoro 😃 ale aspoň mi viac chutilo. Kura, trochu by som ho povaril dlhsie ale aspoň nebolo mrazené, bolo pekne palivé a capati. Medzitým prisiel Antonio s priateľkou (ale odisla skôr,určite tusila 😄) a tak som doniesol po večeri jablkovicu... Mr.Singh😀 jeho liker a spolu s Husajnom sme kecali, Antoniovi chutilo to moje. Az ...
... hers and she kindly asked if I wanted to sit with her while I caught my breath and wipe the sweat from my brow... Again!! We started chatting and we became instant friends. She was on her way back from visiting home to Jaipur for her midterms. She had been a teacher for a couple years before she decided to go to school for her masters program. She wanted to start a business and work her way up to making a difference for her country. After a while I layed down to snooze for a ...
... the Old City on the Thursday. The City Palace was built in the 18th Century and incorporates Architectural styles from Rajput, Mughals and Europe. We entered into a large courtyard that was adjacent to the main palace. In the centre of the main courtyard was a textiles museum which we visited – very interesting as it had loads of costumes and sari’s. Off the courtyard was an entrance to the armoury which was full people to lift them! We ...
Rule 1 - don't drink the water Rule 2 - don' eat off the street Not game to break Rule 1 BUT Rule 2 is going down (hard)! We decided to be brave and leave the hotel to eat. Not being completely mental, we hired a guide to take us out onto the crazy streets of New Delhi to try 'real' Indian cuisine. To add to the excitement our guide decided we should have a more complete experience and took us on the train in an hour which apparently wasn't ...