Nana Ki Haveli
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived in Jaipur just before sunset, and were greeted by our friendly guide, who took us to the magnificent Taj Rambaugh Palace hotel, our home for the next two days. This palace was the maharajah’s former hunting palace, and is an incredibly opulent building, surrounded by huge gardens and wonderful fountains, full of peacocks (the Indian national bird). As large ...
... whole scene was one of brilliant shocking pink and orange with hundreds of thousands of orange marigolds and a curtain of jasmine. Later we walked down through one of the many bazaars (basically a colonnaded shopping street )to LMB restaurant, patronised mainly by Indians in large noisy groups where we sampled desert beans, Dahl and fried buttered paratha washed down with our favourite fresh lime soda and followed by a selection of ...
... pot hole laden back alleys before finally stopping at the entrance to a factory and introduced to Mohammed who spoke excellent English and gave us a tour, explaining how the Co-Operative provided much needed work for many local people but especially widowed ladies. It was an interesting tour which lasted about an hour and then we were taken to the showroom. Of course. We were offered tea, there followed the hard ...
... pillars, a doorman wearing a turban with a tail) but cleaner and very roomy compared to the previous hotel. We were welcomed with a bindi and a flower necklace. Unfortunately, no wifi, so you'll be getting this update later. Once we had set up in our rooms, we went on a walk through the old town markets, a place of spices and lentils in sacks at the front of stores. It looked and smelled amazing. After the walk, we went on a rickshaw ride through the streets. A lot of fun ...
Sarina: This was Jaipur guide day. The first thing we did is get up early and go to the Amber Palace (which was at the top of a mountain/high hill?) on elephants!! All the elephants were painted and had earrings and all this. The driver steers by poking them behind the ears with a stick which isn't even all that necessary because we were on a path and the elephants are smart. It's all fairly humane in that sense. Care and I rode a 27 year old male named Lucky from Assam. <3 it ...