Lemon Tree Premier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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, …
... was, to the main shop next door. Poor Roz she finds the pressured sale very hard. I sipped my chai and played the role of grumpy husband who would not allow his wife any money. 7585 hovered looking slightly guilty as he assessed our understanding. Oh yes we knew the process, you bring and you get a little in your pocket. Well as all Roz bought was a £15.00 Indian tunic top (similar can be found aplenty in East and Monsoon, also made in India but sold in the ...
... very expensive beer and some great views back to the city and to the hotel where the movie was made that you are not allowed to visit unless you are a guest. Although the distances were not great, driving between cities was an all day affair and 300 km was the max. Between traffic jams, bad roads and endless detours, a three hour drive easily became six or eight. As a result we had to miss Jaisalamar and head straight to Jodphur. Another tight squeeze through the narrow streets ...
... in many jobs that are highly male dominated in the UK. Women in the armed forces and in security jobs are much more visible here. Having high-fived all the children, we took the jeep to a British rule era dam to watch sunset with a cup of masala chai, served from a fold out tray on the wall. It was all very colonial! This evening we had some drinks and dinner on the roof terrace, where you could see the stars so clearly. It is so peaceful here, I wish we could stay another ...
... state of repair (apart from forts and palaces), it would take billions of pounds and many years to clean and repair it. There is rubbish everywhere, it is normal practice to throw your litter to the ground. Many locals tell us the current government, most bureaucrats and some of the police are corrupt. Someone told us that at the last election the poorest were given ...