Hotel Ratnawali

New Colony, Jaipur, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on New Colony, Jaipur, Jaipur, is near Gandhi Smriti, ISKCON Temple, Rajpath, and Jantar Mantar - Delhi.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaipur

    Just rest, relax, we are in the desert!

    A travel blog entry by awesomefoursome on May 19, 2014

    70 photos

    ... and were greeted by a 'Chloe Beeson' sign held by a smiley chap named Gordon (the name itself was reason enough to love him). We watched the countryside creep past (as much as we love him, Gordon's driving made every journey twice as long as necessary) and 9 hours later we first glimpsed Udaipur as an array of dazzling lights in the night sky. We arrived and found a beautiful rooftop restaurant overlooking the brightly-lit City Palace and overlapping roofs, and the ...

    The Pink City

    A travel blog entry by sarahjayne87 on Feb 28, 2014

    ... the residence of the maharaja of Jaipur. This is a great palace to look round full of interesting features, crafts and armouries definitely best with the audio guide. Here we found a small craft centre and bought our bamboo rug and a pashmina for Sarah. The great thing was he was making the carpets in front of us and let us have a go too. We had a good look round as the rain outside was bouncing down. On leaving the craft centre we ran across the ...

    The Great Wall of India

    A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 22, 2013

    61 photos

    ... the Amber Fort, about 30 mins drive to Amber, pronounced "Amer". There are numerous ways to get there, take a taxi, ride an autorickshaw (both cost around 400 Rs) or take the public bus for just 10 Rs. Get yourself to the big roundabout at the northeastern corner of Old City, there are a slew of well beaten minibuses with bus conductors yelling out its destination "Ah Mei! Ah Mei!" I was constantly looking out the windows as the bus cruised along ...

    Hey Hey Hey Raj

    A travel blog entry by steve_julie on Dec 09, 2013

    5 comments, 25 photos

    ... above from the ground and they sell what wares they can scramble together from the ground. The least fortunate of the less fortunate never leave the ground at all, they simply hold out their hands and hope for charity to rain from above.

    And yet, even with the ever-present threat of ground-based life looming all around, those with jobs, such as they are, display no motivation whatsoever to make the best of them. The restaurant where Pal drops us to ...

    Our first week.....

    A travel blog entry by lisameerkat on Oct 11, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to support their children as they are too busy trying to survive and their children do help to earn an income rather than an education. So these children no matter how gifted unfortunately have to continue on with their life in the slum. Very sad.

    But we get to spend a couple of hours every day with the kids who are lucky enough to attend this quite prestigious school and help them alongside their teacher Ms. Jacintha. She has been teaching them for only a ...