Lemon Tree Premier
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Jaipur - the pink city ain't bad
We know that we are getting close to Jaipur when we pass the Amber Fort, which we are scheduled to visit tomorrow morning, and the Jal Mahal or Water Palace which sits in the middle of Man Sagar lake.
Jaipur is the capital and largest city of Rajasthan, founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, …
... zachwycac. Zeby zrobic fajna fote z zewnatrz, wbilismy sie do kamienicy po drugiej stronie ulicy na przecuwko Hawy, do pana, ktory zagadl Arta, czy za 2 zlote nie chce wdrapac sie tu do niego na superview. No wiec waziutkimi schodkami wdrapalismy sie. I dobrze. Bo zdjecia stamtad bardzo fajne. A przy okazji byl tam sklepik ze srebrna bizu, no ten... Tego... Mam nowa bransoletke! Kolejna zdobycz z wakacji wspominkowa na nadgarstku. Jako trzecia dolaczyla do srilankijskiej ...
... grounds and lots of other things. In the end, I said just take me to a five star hotel. It worked. I ended up at the Taj Hotel, which are the hotels that I am staying in after this tour. It was fabulous. They were not going to let me in, but I explained I was a future guest. However, my driver was not allowed. I went in and found a woman to help me. They do not have gel polish here or acrylics here. We worked something out, and she would not allow me to ...
... Also, the meds, brace, and doctor visit cost less than twenty bucks total.
Jaipur was refreshing in that we didn't feel like we were getting scammed everywhere we went.We didn't want to do much walking, so we had a trishaw driver take us to run errands and eat that day. This driver was very enthusiastic and friendly. He showed us his book of affirmations/recommendations from other tourists. Turns out he ...
... Indians who jumped the fences and went down into it. Until not so long ago, everyone was allowed to go down to the water until a clumsy Brit slipped, fell to the bottom - oops. They spoiled it for the rest and now no one is meant to go down. Last leg of the journey was to the hotel, via a chemist for cream for my ever swelling feet. This hotel is costing just £11.50 a night and I have to say its worth triple ! Check in easy and staff lovely. My room is not in ...