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TravelPod Member ReviewsOm Tower Jaipur
We had a comfortable stay at this hotel. It is very well maintained, modern and centrally located. Staff is very professional and very nice place to stay at. It dining place is a revolving restaurant serving Indian and continental food. Food was excellent with live music. A nice experience to watch the pink city from modest heights. would love to visit again.
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... the ground, following the elephant, trying to sell us things... he then threw up a hand stitched elephant blanket to us and begged us for 4000 rupees. He was relentless. Jerra was nervous and just wanted him to go away because he was ruining our elephant ride experience. I thought, hey, I could buy something from him for Colson and then it would get rid of the guy and finish my shopping for the kids. Well, I bargained to 2000 rupees and after that, I was sick of this guy bugging ...
... However it was immediately clear why the Amber Fort was portrayed as the top landmark in Jaipur as it came into sight. The enormous glowing Amber Fort sprawled across the hill above Jaipur surrounded by a 16km wall. We paid for a guided tour and hit the jackpot with surely the most knowledgable man in town. All of our days sight seeing in India have been special and this was no exception. Life in India bares little resemblance ...
... go see it yourself.
An afternoon doing a few hrs maths and languages - sort of successful, still not got the lesson stuff working yet - not likely to be working before Oz I think. Camper booked for Cairns today - hurray! then onto the station again for the overnight train to the Nepalese border.
Arrived at 9pm in the station and waited in the 1st class waiting area(!) managed to get a little sleep and read - rats running ...
... walls, She opts for self-control. The complex leads one through a sort of backlot main street India-style where actual colorfully dressed worshippers are entering and exiting doors. Beyond we can see higher structures and so we proceed. A side trip through a hermit's cave up on a side hill provides some lively photo opps, but now it's on to the monkeys.
Around the side of a wonderfully photogenic old building and halfway up the long stairs to the ...
... I wonder where we were?! I am guessing the paid guide was our driver's young friend and we had been 'led up the Galta path' by the both of them. Or, maybe it was a genuine misunderstanding. I possibly never used the correct name of 'Galta' to our driver, just 'the monkey temple' and indeed... there was a temple at the top of the hill ..and monkeys, just not the one I wanted to visit!
We continued to to Amber Palace, the real one. This was where the Rajput lived ...