Hotel Sarovar on Pichola
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... section of the palace where the rooms were decorated in beautiful blue and teal colors with a definite feminine touch. We made our way to another amazing courtyard that was used for entertainment and had excellent balconies designed for the Maharaja, Maharani and the children to watch the dancing and musical performances taking place below. The balcony for the children was especially intricately designed and the use of tiles and mirrors was incredible. Around the ...
... in a jungle, it many palms with very large. It is very calm and man can well from the hecticness of the old part of town escape. The center of the park forms a large yard with a friedvollen character. Is farther back a large well, which is filled with numerous sea-roses and is guarded by four stone elephants. The well reminds of a kind cake stand. If one applauds here loud into the hands, water emitters are switched on automatically, which squirt the people from top ...
... to our hotel with the remainder of the day is at leisure. In all Hindustan there is no more picturesque a city than which Udai Singh, when driven from Chittorgarh, founded amongst the mountains."- said King George V, visiting Udaipur in 1905. Udaipur, the city of the Suryavansi Rajputs, hidden amongst the hills that encompass the great Pichola Lake -- has been called the `Venice of the East`. Indeed with it`s enchanting ...
... Now that Diwali was over the Rajasthani children had returned to school - though this starts at 1000. We saw many children in their school uniforms either waiting for the bus or crowded onto pickups or motor rickshaws (Tuk Tuks). This area is pretty fertile with farming the main industry though most water has to be drawn from wells. At one point we stopped to look at one of the wells and operate it - this is normally done by donkeys or ...
... was great as we hadn't spoken properly for a while. To top it all off Bridget jones was on TV which is le parfait chiller movie. Although it was quite funny watching it with all the swear words taken out ( which equates to half the film) and every time they whip out a fag the screen is blocked by a massive block letter message saying 'SMOKING KILLS', so you can't actually see what's going on. Tres useful. At 4 we were all packed and ready to go to meet David at Cyber ...