Rangniwas Palace Hotel
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This was a big shopping day for Andy, and he spent hours in a shop selecting wall hangings for us to decorate our house with.
Later in the day it was puppet buying.
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We got a rickshaw to the Hotel Pichola, had a nice filling curry meal there, and then outside in a little temple, Jai, most endearingly, sat on a Nandi bull which was just the right size for him.
We walked back though the old city, browsing the shops, where high prices were asked for and yet they could be bargained down.
We got …
Uable to get to Udaipur by train we had to risk yet another dreaded bus journey.
Actually this time the bus driver turned out to be careful and conscientious, and it was a pleasant journey along a small road through hilly country, even though it did take five hours and one tyre change to get there.
Udaipur appeared to be a beautiful …
We caught the 7.10p.m. train to Udaipur and stayed in the comfort of first class, maybe not first class by British standards, but it was spot on. The toilets were clean, it left on time and soon Dad and I were hunkered down on our top beds giggling. Downstairs were a Devon couple, retired farmers withe The Adventure Company. I thought they were …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRangniwas Palace Hotel Udaipur
My father and I stayed in this old Haveli./ It had a beautiful cool marble-decked swimming pool. The rooms had a fan and air-conditioned. They were very reasonably priced. The outside doesn't look very pretty, but once inside it is a delightful tired colonial era haveli. Walking distance to the city palace and the outlook over the lake. The staff couldn't have been more helpful, I would definitely go back.
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