Hotel Ratnawali

Address: 149 / 150 Nai Sarak, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 149 / 150 Nai Sarak, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake and Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

    Indian Village Home Stay

    A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 09, 2015

    32 photos

    ... of our free time was spent playing games and holding meetings as a group. We learned a lot about each other and became closer as a result.

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    Going back to school...in rural Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Aug 04, 2015

    2 comments

    ... Government schools are recognizable by their uniform. Boys wear sky blue shirts and khaki pants; girls wear a white and blue salwar kameez with white dupatta (scarf) and bright red hair ties.. When we approached the village school gate, children had just finished their lunch break and were filling up plastic water bottles at the water block which provides filtered, safe drinking water to each child. Upon seeing us, the children began running with excitement towards ...

    Jodhpur

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Feb 26, 2015

    16 photos

    Jodhpur is known as the blue city for it's powder blue sugarcube houses that sprawl in every direction. Our traditional guesthouse was set back in a dusty tree lined courtyard, in a classic blue Haveli building. Again pleasantly surprised by the lack of chaos on the streets, it was an easy and quaint place to negotiate and explore by foot. Another Red Fort stood imposing over the city is it's ...

    Forts, markets and bangles

    A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... any marauding troops. Isabel led us up steep, winding streets with the ubiquitous cows and emaciated dogs foraging amongst the rubbish and squalor of the open drains, up through the 'blue' town. Traditionally, blue painted buildings were the prerogative of the Brahmin. Nowadays anyone can use the indigo dyed paint which apparently also has insect repelling properties. Unfortunately a few folk have bought off the shelf blues which ...

    INDIA: TIPS INCREDIBLE!

    A travel blog entry by liliens on Oct 18, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... than Bonnesh and Davinder. We were told of pickpockets, thieves, and other nefarious sorts. Instead, we found streets congested with residents busily buying stuff in preparation for Diwalli, the main festive holiday of the year coming up in about a week's time. Picture mid-December back home, and that begins to approximate the total chaos that reined on the streets. We intentionally got lost, talked to people who were curious about us and friendly, ...