Hotel Sarang Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... days for the queens and concubines to watch the festivities without being seen. The palace was dotted with windows where they could each sit and watch without being seen. Set on a street with a natural breeze, the hundreds of windows (made of carved white marble with tons of small holes in with a beautiful pattern to let the women peer out), the wind would make a howling whistling sound. So it came to be know as the palace of winds. Next we went to ...
... amp; avocado sandwich which I was going to order however they were out of buckwheat bread. They wouldn't exchange the cookie/muffin for anything else so I treated myself with some green tea. It was a vanilla muffin which was average whilst Georgia's cookie was much better, both served with chocolate sauce on top. I felt sick afterwards which held as a firm reminder not to eat sugary, white flour calories. We arrived back at ...
... to do is close your eyes and pray!! Sammy nipped around attractions we hadn't read or heard about. Our spirits were sky high. Next we went to the monkey temple (we remember that one... Because there were monkeys). Sammy dropped us at the bottom and what do you know, he knows some guys who want to protect us from the monkeys. In fairness, it was lovely to have them go up with us. The business needs to be spread so we didn't mind paying. We somehow lost ...
... up and points us in the right direction, but keeps sharing all these site-seeing tips after we've thanked him and are trying to walk away. 10 minutes later he pops up in front of us again..what a surprise. He tells us the City Palace is now closed and to follow him for great views of the city... sigh. We saw the City Palace, climbed up a winding staircase 35m to the top of a tower overlooking the city, and snapped pictures of the impressive Hawa Mahal structure, constructed by ...
Howdy, 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 not being comfirmed, all was well, station wasnt too bust and we were in a cabin with bunk beds, joined by two lovely Germans. We are ...