Hotel Sarang Palace
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Our successful, unsuccessfully planned day!
This is quite a long one..sorry!!!
We had wanted a day tour with the Rakjastan tourist operators but after 6 or 7 calls to differnt numbers that plan was a flop . However, Push the owner of Elefun (yesterday's adventure) had offered to give us a tour od we wanted. Sooo after a bit of …
A few things we have learned;
1. Don't expect too much, you'll be disappointed.
2. Bring a big warm hoodie in January...night time brrrr
3. 5 minutes= 20 to 40 :)
6am start for our train at 7.25, which turned to 7.40, 8, 8.10, 8.30 and departed sometime after! After a bit of worry due to Clíonas ticket …
Hello All: Greetings from Jaipur - the red city in Rajasthan. So we have been in India for about 10 days and are leaving soon.It is a bizarre, smelly, hot, chaotic, dirty, magical, mystical and fantastic place. It is a place with one foot in the 21st century and one foot in the 12th. Here you can have an E series Mercedes whiz by an ox cart on a ' …
... then as I was leaving they gave me a load of ornaments from their house as a present. I tried to say no as there was no way they would fit in my backpack but they weren't having any of it.
The following morning I had breakfast at a little local place I had been going to everyday who knew not to put oil in my food? I then left all the ornaments as a present to the hotel staff before getting a bus to Ajmer and a second bus to Pushkar.
... the most ridiculous floral grown thing. The mosque was nice, but nothing spectacular apart from the size. After the mosque we headed to Delhi Fort. The fort looks huge and imposing from the outside, but once we were in we barely even knew we were in a fort. It was more of just a collection of British and Indian inspired buildings, no palace or anything exciting like that.
The next stop for the day was Raj Ghat. This is the site where Ghandi ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking