Shiv Niwas Palace
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... not even once, and in fact I reckon I could have spent a few more nights there if I didn't have my train booked to Mumbai.
There's **** to do, **** to see, stuff to gawp at in the evening, or you could just stare at Lake Pichola and it just so happens that Zostel Udaipur has pretty much the best view of the lake. I'm not even ******** you, look at this ****** view, guys! A ...
... which has been in place for 450 years and learn that the figures on the outside of the temple symbolise mans struggle to be less like an animal and raise himself to a human and ultimately a more god like form.
We progress through the hustle and bustle to the palace which is heaving with people and lots of children as it's still holiday time due to the Diwali festivities. This is also the time for houses to be lit up and decorated and there are many firework displays. We ...
We have spent a lovely 5 days on the shores of Lake Picholo in Udaipur, with views of lakeside Palaces and Haveli's. Known as "Venice of the East", Udaipur is a Lake city with an impressive City Palace and "floating" hotels in the lake's centre, all surrounded by the lush green Aravalli hills.
We had an interesting arrival on Monday night. Our hotel was supposed to meet us at the train ...
... in the world no wonder none of them drink it and those who do are crazy. For the third time we went back to Millets of Mewar restaurant tempted by the amazing food, lovely decor and top service. We received beaming smiles from the young waiter as we walked in which was nice. We spent the rest of the night here sharing different dishes to taste as many as we could. By 11 Ni and I were both knackered so left for our hotel with full bellies looking forward to a good nights ...
... the palace tomorrow) and reached the side of Lake Pichola where we boarded a boat for an exclusive cruise around the lake. From here we were able to take photos of the grand palaces and hotels.
When we got back to the dock, we had a short walk to reach to the location where we were provided with a one-hour demonstration of Rahjistan dances. I never cease to be amazed at the spectacular colours ...