Regal Hotel

Address: Opp.Gurudwara,Dargah Road, Ajmer, Rajasthan, 305001, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Opp.Gurudwara,Dargah Road, Ajmer, is near Pushkar Lake, Taragarh Fort, Garh Palace, and Nawal Sagar.
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      Travel Blogs from Ajmer

      Its just one of those days

      A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Oct 09, 2014

      ... pack it up again and have security pick through my stuff scrutinising my belongings in search of a cigarette lighter which was not allowed on the plane (no signs told me this otherwise I would have declared the naughty little lighter) even in checked in luggage, I was finally free to check in.

      Free of lighters, but not free of stress, my nerves were a little wound up to say the least. Airports can be stressful at the best of times, but when there is clearly one rule ...

      Prayers, Festivals, Viewpoints and a Scouter

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Apr 02, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      April 1st The haze is starting to lift both from my head and the sky as it is almost 6am and the sunrise is casting its first beams of light on the day. We have been up since 4:45am in order to get to the train station on time. We are all gathered around the old man's chai stand quietly sipping away on the sweet and spicy tea in hopes of the caffeine jolting us to wake. After finally settling in to our 6 person chair car as best we could we knew it was going to be a long ...

      Pushkar: One of India's Oldest and Holiest Towns

      A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Feb 21, 2014

      43 photos

      ... there is a lull during the sound of prayer, you can hear schoolchildren singing while kneeling on the sandstone of their rooftop classrooms.

      As we were in Pushkar during wedding season, we heard literally dozens of weddings taking place every day. One night during our stay there were actually more than 20 weddings at the same venue. Before and/or after a wedding takes place in Pushkar, the participants in the wedding march through the streets with a brass band. A cart ...

      Pushkar

      A travel blog entry by alexandmollie on Jan 17, 2014

      ... curry for breakfast lunch and tea. There is only so much spice you can eat although I think my tolerance for spicy food may have increased woo! So we went on the camels for 2hrs 30mins it was quite funny we went out into the desert and watched the sunset which was really pretty as it's a full moon at the moment. Tomorrow we have a 6 hour drive to Ranthambore which is a national park. Still yet to have access to a computer to upload ...

      India - Pushkar Camel Fair

      A travel blog entry by gazburn on Nov 09, 2013

      31 photos

      ... fumes for 30 minutes. When we did actually arrive, the bus station was a chaotic sight. With all signs in Hindi and the staff being either unhelpful or helpful but incorrect, it took us an age to find our bus. Finding it was one thing, getting on it was an entirely different story. People were literally pulling each off the steps of the bus for the privilege of jamming themselves inside. God knows how many people finally got on but with the ...