Shree Ram International
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's the view from the battlements that steals my breath away. The sheer cliffs tower directly above the Blue City revealing the true chaotic beauty of the place with it's chequerboard of tightly packed houses, looking almost Mediterranean in style and painted in that electric blue, then stretching out to the horizon where a maharajah's palace floats above the morning haze. A city of a million people, overlooked by a Fort that was never conquered - all roads must end ...
... but Jodhpur has the edge on most, particularly as the danger of
treading in something nasty is very likely.
On our return to our hotel, the new “best room” policy had
born immediate reward. Our belongings had been removed to a room on the ground
floor which was far better and even sported a four poster bed!
We celebrated by jumping into it and sleeping soundly.
... because whilst I'd happily go through life never needing any part of me sewn back up, some body parts on my list of "Places I Never Ever Want Stitches" are higher than others. I think "vagina" tops that list.
But yeah, let's talk about things that don't cause wincing such as Mehrangarh Fort though the entrance fee might cause a small amount of discomfort. ₹500 including your camera ...
... Or the hotel which to be fair was probably one of the nicest we had stayed in so far. This was helped by the fact that we were upgraded due to Expedia making a mistake with the booking. We had AC for the first time in weeks, woohoo!! The hotel was painted bright blue along with many other buildings in the city, this looked pretty cool when viewed from above. It comes from years ago when anyone with any social standing could paint their house blue, ...
... find an open restaurant, but we did eventually find an excellent little place with candles and a perfect view of the fort at night. We spent the next morning up at the fort, with its walls and battlements a vertical addition to the sheer rock walls of the giant hill, and still run by the maharaja's family. It was a fascinating place, and with the help of a headphone audio tour it brought the place to life. Like Udaipur, it great to see ...