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DAY 20 - Saturday, November 8, 2014: Jaipur (B,L,D)
This morning visit the Amber Fort — the ancient capital of the State. Visit the Sheesh Mahal or the Hall of Victory glittering with mirrors. Lunch at Holiday Inn. Afternoon tour of Jaipur which is the capital of Rajasthan. It was given a colour coat of pink a century ago in honor of a visiting Prince. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the notable ...
It is interesting how each hotel has it's own unique corporate staff ethos. Delhi staff were very confident and made us feel like we were an old friends within 5 minutes of knowing us ( very clever).The hotel in Agra had a sort of mob approach to dealing with every guest; tripping over themselves in the process. Jaipur had quiet staff at the lemon Tree Hotel who lacked confidence but blossomed the minute there was any kind of suggestion that you might be able to ...
... we were very happy with this hotel. The staff at the Trident was super nice, friendly and effective. They even had several people walking around with little electrified tennis rackets to swat and kill the flies: we called them "El Matador".
Elena and Ariana had their own private girls’ night in the bedroom: They ordered their own food (from a budget we gave them) and they watched a movie. Do ...
... halls, gardens, gates, and temples made from marble and red sandstone. This is where Rajput royalty lived before Jaipur city was constructed. That night me and Jason went to dinner and to see a Bollywood movie, Jai Ho, with Saddam and Sharuk.
Saturday, our last day in Jaipur, we enjoyed good food and relaxation. We were originally going to take a weekend trip to Shekhawati but opted instead to leave on Sunday for Pushkar.
... point in the complex is a fair size pool where one guy is swimming. We can only assume the pool has some religious significance since literally everything in Inida has some religious significance. As we observe the pool, our attention is caught by a very holy looking man and we are ushered into a cave-like side chamber. We can tell the guy is much closer to god than we as he is sporting the very latest in Hindu holywear (of course the "latest" was on the ...