Lemon Tree Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another early start...On the bus for 7.30 today (who mentioned this is a holiday). We drove to the Amber Fort on the outskirts of Jaipur. We took an elephant ride to the top. Weaving backwards and forwards up the hillside. We later learnt that the elephants can only work for a couple of hours due to the heat of the day. There are strict regulations …
... one! I can never understand why they would want some random tourist to appear on their holiday snaps?
The fort does house the biggest cannon ever made, named Jaya Vana. Apparently it required 100kg of gunpowder to fire a 50kg canon ball! Needless to say it was only ever fired once using a 30m fuse which they lit and then jumped off the wall to an area below to be well clear. They maintain the cannon ball flew 35km! It was indeed BIG!
... to be brave and walk to the station since I was under the impression that it was a close, at most 10 minutes walk. However, I did not calculate the aggression of the drivers here. They would not hesitate to run you over, and by that I mean colliding into my backpack with enough force to push me out of their way. Two guys standing by the side of the road grabbed me so I didn't fall and I didn't sustain any injuries either. That was my first impression of Jaipur. The guest ...
... many stories from top to bottom and the other way around feeling like Queen Monica in her own little world!
With views of the Maotha Lake in the foreground along with rolling hills and the small lookalike wall of China, this definitely satisfied my hunger of many photo opportunities.
... Cathy or Ashwami were showing any interest in the
game, so after an over or two I sloped back to the car to travel the final mile
or so to our hotel for the next two nights. The violent journey had taken its
toll on me and as a result I walked to our charming garden “cabana” looking
like Quasimodo on a bad day.
The only way to visit Ranthambore Tiger reserve is in an
authorised vehicle accompanied by an official guide. Visits ...