Hotel Residency Palace

Address: High Court Colony, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on High Court Colony, Jodhpur, is near Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Mandore Gardens, Balsamand Lake and Garden, and Mahamandir.
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

The Living Desert: Creatures & Kids

A travel blog entry by puchala on Dec 16, 2014

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... in the plants that seem to latch on to your feet everywhere. They really hurt so many times we would have to stop and get rid of burrs on the bottom of our pants or shoes.

After the hills, we roamed through the neighbouring areas until we got to a little sandy road to a trough where we let the camels drink some community provided water for all of the local animals. The camels respond to various noises made by their owner. He made a weird little whistling noise ...

Day 6 Jodhpur via Ranakpur

A travel blog entry by suebell on Nov 23, 2014

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... The picturesque beauty has a refreshing aura around them that leaves even the most exhausted soul bouncing back to life and merriment. Ranakpur has quiet a few attractions in store, However, what has been the highlight of the small town is the Jain Temple complex. The temple complex has an unbeatable significance, so much so that it has brought Ranakpur on the map of five most revered Jain pilgrim destination in India. Jainism, a religion of India that teaches a path to ...

Till The Cows Come Home...

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 01, 2014

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There were little artefacts - one was particularly amusing - it was a silver figurine of a dancing lady, and it was used to store alcohol for the royal ladies - the alcohol was poured out of one outstretched arm. I suppose drinking in public was a no-no for the maharanis! But these royal ladies were health conscious too - there were huge dumbbells (the kind one swings over one's head...the original kettle ball??) which were used for exercise by the royal ladies.


A travel blog entry by liliens on Oct 18, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... she could wear it. Once he died, she was required to wear black clothing and no jewelry for the rest of her life, a rotten fate but the way it was back then. Since she could not wear the necklace, she sold it and built this ediface to honor him. I have asked Bonnie not to do this for me.

My favorite part of Jodhpur, however, was an encounter with a large group of male and female soldiers who were on a march through town. I asked the driver ...

Day 28 - Flying over the blue city

A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 13, 2014

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... so kept us on track. The museum had some interesting displays but the main attraction was the palace that was held within. The intricately carved pink sandstone and connecting courtyards were all magical. We flew round the tour so we didn't miss our next activity....
We headed to the flying fox that is within the fort. After a good old barter and argument with the manager to get a good price we set off across six gigantic zip lines between all the old fort walls. But ...