Ram Pratap Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRam Pratap Palace Udaipur
Ram Pratap Palace located just off the lake Fateh Sagar in Udaipur "the city lakes and palaces", an enchanting hotel combines old World charm with modern comforts. Ideally located on the banks of the lake Fateh Sagar is the spacious Raaj Bagh Garden Restaurant, which is accross the street from Hotel Rampratap Palace. The hotel is mere 5 kms away from the railway station and 25 kms from the airport. The palace hotel offers a breathtaking view of lake Fateh Sagar and the beautiful Aravalli ranges.
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This morning our journey continues as we transfer to the airport for flight to Udaipur, often referred to as the City of Lakes. Large drawcard to this city is the Lake Palace (Jag Niwas), located in the middle of Pichola Lake, The grand City Palace on the banks of the lake and the Monsoon Palace (Sajjan Garh) on the hill above. Udaipur is also the …
... at the Main Street to watch some of the stick dancing. The men made a line on one side and the women faced them. When the music started, they all started moving back and forth hitting each other's sticks. After a while the women would move along one way and the men the other. It was so colourful and everyone looked like they were enjoying themselves. It is unusual to see men and women interacting together like that ...
... thought I was rain but the skies were blue with no cloud in sight. After some serious investigating, I discovered what had happened. Old Jonny boy was ******* on his tail and then slapping it on his **** to dry it. The idea of my refreshing shower disappeared only to be replaced by the heinous act of being showered in ******* camel ****. Those of you who know me can imagine my reaction. Even worse, later on Jonny's brother Ganesh spat on my foot (you couldn't make this **** up). The day ...
... of one of the peaks.
That was our last day in Mt Abu (it was a very short stay, just one full day). On the morning of the 18th we left the hotel and headed to the state bus stand to catch a bus down the mountain to the a town called Abu Road, where we had been able to book ourselves a private bus ticket from to Jodhpur. On our way to the bus stand a man in a jeep drove past calling “Abu Road, Abu Road” and we found out that we ...
... Our horses had been chosen before we arrived and were being groomed and saddled up by the staff. In the mean time we covered ourselves in sun cream and signed permission forms. Clíona was offerrd a tall bay mare, called Dhulika and Miriam a piebald gelding, Dhantaj. Both marwari horses.Stirrups adjusted, girths tightened and we were off with the german owner Viru and her Labrador robin! We were told about our horses characteristics, Clíona's horse was 8 years old, but ...