Karni Bhawan Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKarni Bhawan Palace Bikaner
We stayed here for one night while on a tour. The place was quite impressive with its décor and immaculate grounds. The staff was quite friendly as well and went out of their way to help us. Definitely a place to come back to.
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<b><u>Pre Blog </u></b> We travel by private bus deeper into the Thar Desert to the fortified town of Bikaner (approx 5 hrs). Once an important staging post on the great caravan routes, Bikaner still contains many bazaars within its impressive walls, as well as a superb fort and palace. We travel out to the 600-year- …
... restored places were impressive. Shame the government isn't helping but I guess the whole of India is old and needs restoring and unless it is maintained it has been a useless exercise. It was a nice small town full of fruit and veg markets with it all looking very fresh. They have sugar cane for juicing - they have a very very old machine to do this as the fresher the better apparently, roasted peanuts, persian fairy floss, bananas, pineapples, apples, pears, waternut ...
... have used to watch the comings and goings in the courtyard below. One of the most impressive rooms that we toured though was the throne room which was home to one of the most ornate and beautiful ceilings that we have seen. Covered in an amazing painted design and a ridiculous amount of gold leaf, it immediately captured our attention when we walked into the room and while the rest of the place was beautiful it was by far our highlight.
... up very cold and huddled in blankets in bed. We joined an Austrian couple for New Year's Eve festivities at our hotel. The garden restaurant had fire braziers amongst the tables. Guests were presented with garlands of marigolds. We were surprised to find a group of 16 young travellers - with 14 of them being Australian! We have not seen amny young travellers and had not met any other Australians, mainly groups of French ...
... quite ornate on the outside and then when you went inside there were rats running freely everywhere. Because it was a temple you were not allowed to wear shoes inside but socks were allowed. The rats looked very diseased and unhealthy. The whole place was disgusting! After scrubbing our feet with disinfectant we then headed off to Bikaner, an old walled city. There we ...