Maharaja Palace Hotel

Address: Bazar no. 1, Kota, Rajasthan, 342011, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bazar no. 1, Kota, is near Jhunjhunu.
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    From dust to luxury

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 27, 1994

    What a dreadful nights lack of sleep! The electric was off most of the night and sweltering hot, with howling dogs, hard bed, lack of a decent pillow all adding to the nightmarish quality of it all. I did sleep for a short time but woke up wringing wet, and to add insult to injury there was no water for a shower to cool down. The manager of the …

    Approaching the Capitol

    A travel blog entry by morristhedog88 on Jul 23, 2013

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    It's been a quiet and relaxing couple of days in the romantic city of Udaipur, although the powerful monsoon rain pierces the serene atmosphere. Yesterday we enjoyed a boat tour of Lake Pichola and got some nice views on a hilltop by a smaller lake, however the rickety, overcrowded cable cars used to reach the viewpoint did give us some cause for concern. We attempted ...

    Sleepy Bundi

    A travel blog entry by jas_lucy on Mar 05, 2012

    ... Up in the Bundi palace and fort it seemed as though the monkey ruled the area. You could hire a long stick to defend yourself against the monkeys for 10rupees (about 12cents) but we decided to brave it. The guards to the palace repeatedly told us "monkeys problem" "monkeys problem". One guard showed us the scars on his legs from monkeys but it should be noted that he got the scars from trying to kick the monkeys. ...

    Celebrating the Birthday of Jesus

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Dec 26, 2011

    27 photos

    ... the two children. By now we have gotten used to the usual Indian custom of using lots of eye liner on their children (boys as well as girls). This kind of beautification appears to us quite wild and a little scary. But the Indians follow the logic: you can never start early enough to use make-up but the real reason behind the eye liner is for protection of the child. When the child has the make-up on then the evil spirits cannot attack them. Ok…so be it! Many ...

    Last overnight bus EVER EVER EVER: Bundi

    A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Oct 07, 2011

    2 comments, 90 photos

    ... 8217;t really been restored. It has probably sat empty for about 200 years, just home to bats and monkeys. But it had an amazing fašade along with impressive 400 year old wall paintings, and I think it was one of the coolest palaces we have been to in Rajasthan.

    That same day we also walked through the middle of town to the main markets. This town was so colourful, and the people so friendly. It was one of the first walks in India that I have actually enjoyed. ...

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