Royal Highness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... the attention of Sultan Allaudin Khilji who wanted to add her to his harem. Attacking Chittor, he could not win as the fort was well defended. By trickery he abducted the King, but he was freed by the Rajputs . A long siege ensued and when it became obvious that Chittor would have to fall, Padmini and all the women chose death to dishonor and jumped into the fire. Smeared with their ashes, the Rajputs stormed ...
I would just like to apologize for the extensive length of time from the previous post to this one. I have been either sick or without a computer for the past 2 weeks, which will be discussed later in the posts..
Twenty-Second Day in India - January 28, 2013
The day began when I woke up with a very upset stomach, what is not-so-technically called "Traveler's Stomach" or "Delhi Belly." After quite possibly the worst morning here in India, I went back to sleep and woke up ...
... 8220;Hypercity” and grab some lunch. The news of our plans traveled quickly and before we knew it, we had two others coming with us. Why not make it a girls’ day! On the way to the mall, it was the first time that someone sat above the seat in the rickshaw. Poor Okki had to sit directly over the exhaust, leading her pants to smell like fumes for the rest of the day, but she did not mind. After walking around the mall for a little bit, we found a spa that had ...
... After getting some work done at the office we headed to Gandhi's Ashram to view his home and the museum. On the drive over we saw an elephant walking down the street with it's owners on top and a huge bundle of shrubbery on its back. We parked the car and ran to get the owners attention so that we could take a photo. We were told earlier that people donate money so the owners can feed the elephants - we were ready to donate. ...
... for ‘stalls’ with an activity for each learner profile - as listed above. That took the morning and into early afternoon, then post lunch break we got back together in the big group and everyone discussed all the ideas and narrowed it down to one activity per profile. The coolest part of this is how each idea morphs and grows as the group discusses it. For example- for ‘open-minded’ I suggested showing two extreme pictures ...