Roop Niwas Palace

Address: Nawalgarh, Jhunjhunu district, Shekhawati, Rajasthan, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nawalgarh, Jhunjhunu district, Shekhawati.
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Travel Blogs from Shekhawati

Public Speaking, Painted Havelis and lots of rats!

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Oct 04, 2013

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... the standard of the French Painter’s. We took in a fairly ordinary historical steep well and then it was time to brave the pot holed highway back to Bikaner. Four and half hours of dust chocking pot-holed mayhem. With the long distance sightseeing out of the way, it was now Bikaner’s turn and my last morning involved an early morning start into the old town. I was not sure what to expect from Bikaner itself. Jitu said it was excellent, however I had ...

The lake city of Udaipur and James Bond

A travel blog entry by wotters on Sep 17, 2012

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... After starting what could be a year-long tournament of Gin Rummy, we felt bad about having been sat in the cafe for so long so we were forced into (honest!) to ordering a nutella pancake to share. Chocolate! It was delicious and the shared food kept us going until dinner.

We arrived in Udaipur as my trusty primark hand luggage bag finally gave up on me. One shoulder strap had already broken which i’d manage to rescue by tying it to the other, but ...

In and around The Pink City

A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Jan 01, 2012

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... Gewehre, bei denen man jeden einzelnen Schuss von Hand laden muss. Eigentlich gehören sie eher ins Museum. Wir müssen grinsen, als wir uns vorstellen, wie es sein mag, wenn diese Waffen einmal tatsächlich zum Einsatz kommen müssten. Vielleicht muss der Beamte gar um etwas Geduld bitten, weil er erst das Schwarzpulver und die Kugel den Lauf hinunterstopfen muss? Da wäre ein großer Dolch vielleicht sogar praktischer…

In Shekawati angekommen ...

Havelli's, Royal Enfield motorbike and tasty food

A travel blog entry by jaxandtom on Sep 16, 2011

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... donkey, car, ox, hand cart, horse, holy cows, painted trucks, buses, autorickshaws, motorcycles and humans all compete in the battle of the horns. Despite the traffic we arrived at our chosen homestay in this small town and discovered a gem of homestays. Rajesh, his lovely wife and family welcomed us with tea and a mosquito bite soother for Jackie. Having chosen one of only three rooms in their cosy house we ...

Our start of the Silk Route

A travel blog entry by simon.caryn on Jun 23, 2011

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... English and was looking at me like I'm some sort of MAD woman! We were heading for Mandawa today which is only about a 6-7 hour drive (crazy! But India is a big country) so off we set.

Leaving Delhi, we only saw a small part of it, but we do come back here again to fly out – so we'll get another chance to explore it. However, we did manage to see some of the streets. Simon summed it up very well... Its like all the places we've been in South East Asia on ...

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