Phul Plaza Hotel

Address: 6 B, Collectorate Circle, Kota, Rajasthan, 324001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6 B, Collectorate Circle, Kota, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      What a disappointment!

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Oct 29, 2012

      7 photos

      When i was in Delhi i met an Israeli guy who had spent 1 month travelling round Rajasthan and he said that his favourite place he had been was Bundi. I thus had high hopes for the place, but unfortunately these were sorely dashed upon getting there. There was (another) Palace come Fort to see which wasn't worth the entry fee and that was it. the Palace was very ...

      Celebrating the Birthday of Jesus

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

      27 photos

      ... enough). In the middle of all of the action two French ladies showed up asking about a room for the next day. They were immediately included in the celebration. Then the family presented a cake they had ordered from a bakery in town which read “Merry Xmas” on the top. We sang a song, snacked on the cake and shared memories about Christmas. And always next to me stood Chintu`s wife, Sheesha, with her baby boy in her arms. And I thought to myself…there ...

      Last overnight bus EVER EVER EVER: Bundi

      A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Oct 07, 2011

      2 comments, 90 photos

      ... this massive area with overgrown buildings, with smashed up glass mosaics and crumbling paintings. It was really atmospheric, and was fun poking around in all the rooms, and around the fort walls. The best bit was that there were literally hundreds of monkeys everywhere. When you enter the palace/fort complex, there is a stick bucket where you choose a stick to take with you up the hill to scare away the monkeys, as some are really aggressive. Sean was in charge of the ...

      A step too far off the beaten track?

      A travel blog entry by wickens on Sep 28, 2011

      19 photos

      ... to our destination in the van, via tiny winding single track roads through beautiful forrested countryside and past numerous cows and water buffalo on the road. We finally got near to Bainsrorgarh and started seeing tatty signs pointing the way as we wound our way down tiny streets and around the tight corners of a typically run down Indian hill top village.

      We have tried to get off the beaten track as well as ...

      Exploring the delights of Bundi

      A travel blog entry by qureshio1 on Feb 18, 2011

      11 photos

      ... I have noticed so many French people here, and not one Korean. That makes a change.

      Right, watered and fed I thought it was high time to explore the palace. On approach to the palace an old man came out trying to sell me a stick to warn off the monkeys, was it really that bad, I thought. I paid for my ticket 100rps and an extra 50 for my camera. Every where you go there seem to be a stupid camera charge. I entered the palace and could ...