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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... shopping. I bought a couple of miniature paintings in the traditional Moghul style, as Jaipur is regarded as one of the centres for this craft, and then we both helped the economy with some purchases at a wonderful textile shop. Back at the Dera Rawatsar we had contemplated going out for dinner, but we were both so tired from the day's activities that we opted for a nice meal in the hotel. We were up early the next morning for the long day's drive to Udaipur, the Lake ...
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Following a recommendation from Alexia, our inspiration for the sabbatical, we selected home schooling programs in French and English for Elena and Ariana, so they could follow their courses while we were travelling. In addition, their school, Haut-Lac, was very supportive. In fact, during the trip, Ariana has been connecting with her teacher, Janine, ...
... and we got a taxi back to Ajmer for the 2 hour train ride to Jaipur, Rajistan's Capital. The easy train ride saw us arrive around 2pm. As we've been travelling north people are becoming more aggressive in their offering of services. This was the case here, as soon we got off, a guy followed us everywhere, pointing exits out and where the taxis were. We literally couldn't shake him and he knew where the hotel was we booked and offered to take us ...
I met some of the people on my trip!!! Rewind a little. The first flight I couldn't sleep much. I got my vegetarian meals, ech. Lots of plane food. I watched the movie The Heat and a few episodes of Friends. I also got to read some of my book Wanderlust and Lipstick. There's good tips in there for traveling that I figured are better to know before I arrive. When this flight ended I rushed off because I knew I had to figure out catching my next flight. I followed purple signs to ...
... I'd mistakenly worn a silk shirt - which my mother had recommend would be comfortable in the heat, however to my dismay it turned see-thru due to the heat and I had to wear the backpack continually in order to cover it up. We took an elephant ride up to the entrance of the Fort which gave us amazing views of the surrounding hills.