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What a beautiful hotel. 2nd storey restaurant and 3rd storey bar, that both offer amazing views of the City Palace and Lake Picchola. Friendly staff, good location, great food and even shishas in the bar!!! Winner
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After we left Jaipur, we drove through scrubland for two hours until we hit a small mountain range. We drove over the first mountain and the oasis town of Pushkar appeared. This town is pretty small and a bit wild but they boast the one and only Brahmin Temple in the world! We did the tour and then were led down to the river and …
... this is the best best ghat in Udaipur to see lake palace and city palace after sunset with both the buildings beautifully lit and glowing like jewels in the dark.
After this went to the railway station to board the train to Agra(10:20 pm) to end my short but memorable trip.I think when you visit some place without expecting much and when it turns out quite good then you feel wonderful as in my case as i didn't know much about Udaipur and didn't expect much from it.
We arrived in Udaipur after a 4 hour journey train ride from Pushkar and stayed in a basic hotel which had a nice rooftop view over the lake. The owner Rahil moonlighted as a tailor and without us asking was kind enough to invite us into his shop. His claim to fame was that he provided designs of clothing for Zara and had made dresses for Dame Judy Dench. He even produced a photo of Dame Judy Dench inside his tailor shop as ...
... br> mahal morning had been, the crazy bus we were conned into riding did get us
safely to Jaipur just in time to see the sun setting over the pink city. We
made friends with the waiter and learned a lot about mandatory same caste
marrying and the broken hearts of different caste first loves. I got an on-the-house birthday papadum shaped
like a birthday cake…ok maybe it looked more like a birthday cone…anyway, it
... examples of art and antiques of anywhere I've seen in India, or Sri Lanka thus far. So much so that we didn't hesitate to buy our share of it to take back with us. Luggage space was the only thing stopping me from getting larger items. We managed to find a travel agent that also booked train tickets and secured some seats for the leg from Pushkar to Jaipur. Our last week in India had crept up on us and the realisation of the limited time to ...