Hotel Spb 87
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... My favorite rose was the “Granada” rose... NOT just because of the name ;)..... Taryn found some flowers called Just Joey, like her dear Grandpa, and we found some called Oklahoma too... Which meant that Annie (who has a Doctorate degree in Opera) and I spent the next hour discussing the musical and reliving our roles of Ado Annie (me) and Aunt Eller (her) singing the songs and all....
Next we got back into the car and drove ...
... us to lend a hand now and then. We watched, filmed and took notes, until we got to the very interactive part of bread making - rotis and parathas. After a few failed attempts, I was replaced by chef Brian, who was frequently complimented on his skill and finesse. No surprise there, I was just ready to eat :) Once the entire meal was complete, we sat down with Neha and 'Mama Bear', as I secretly began calling her, and enjoyed a spread of chicken tikka, ...
... of the country. As we pull into the street a new Mercedes Benz glides by and a few car lengths behind him a camel pulling a wagon. We passed many markets and I caught a glimpse of The Marigold Market which I recognized from one of the scenes from the movie, I could not help but imagine the chaos that ensued when they filmed at that location. Jaipur was not always The Pink City, in honor of Prince Albert’s visit in 1883 it was painted in the traditional color ...
... and the colour of the powders we are bringing home. And yippee, I found mace which they ground for me (only ground spices allowed through customs).
* today's learning experience - mace (the flowers), nutmeg (the seed pod), cinnamon (the bark) and cloves (unopened flower bud) all come from the same tree. Yeah, I'm a slow learner in some things...
* awkward travel moment - disappointing our driver by being a divorced atheist. Thankfully he ...
... Rell to another door.
Well they closed& we missed that train.
Rell was peeved at the time & I'm thinking that all the time in India still hasn't given her peace of mind & patients. I'll have to send her to an Ashram.
Anyway the next train was only 2min & was a lot emptier.
So patients does pay.
Got on & the ride was uneventful with the locals moving seats so we ...