King's Kourt Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... With our saved rupees, we hired a guide to give us a tour the palace. Although I could only understand a few words he said during the hour tour, the palace was spectacular. Next, we had lunch where our meal was accompanied by a glass of rose milk. Like most things in India, it was incredibly sweet and incredibly delicious.
Sunday morning I had another dosa for breakfast, as well as a ...
... For overall impression, the forts up north were a bit better.
Back after 1800 with a rendezvous for 1900 for dinner at the Hotel Parklane. I got a Sprite from the restaurant . Lucas, Suzy and I worked on the vodka.He thought the palace should have been left for tomorrow but I did not think it was rushed. He wants any feedback we can give him re the tour. The girls, especially D1 and D2, want to do as much shopping as possible tomorrow; losers.
... drifting off to sleep a few more crept in to sleep on the floor of our booth and the aisle, but they were gone in the early hours of the morning. I was very thankful for the length of cable we'd used to attach and lock all our bags to the bed. Even with that relative peace of mind I didn't get a whole lot of sleep. The lack of pillow played a large part in that.
The one negative of having the family across from us was their two-year old. She was ...
... something tells me we'll be back here before we leave.
Back at the hotel we discover that they do have wifi after all, that's a bonus. Not sure there is too much happening reference new year celebrations but all the buildings are decorated with coloured lights which is quite pretty. We retire but at midnight the skies are filled with cascading colour as fireworks explode. It seems there will be celebrations after all. Happy New Year ...
... hashish we quickly discovered the best deterrent was to engage for a few mins then verbally shut up shop whereby they would admit defeat and wander off.
We made our way to the market which was alive with colours and spices - and piled high with every kind of vegetable. It's times like these that you realise that you are not going home for quite a while and any souvenir picked up is extra weight in the already heavy rucksack.
Next on the list was the ...