The Wall Street - A Business Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews The Wall Street - A Business Hotel Jaipur
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... house. The shop keepers are very aggressive, and expect you to haggle their prices at least in half. We might have bought more but it is so intense that we just picked ap a skirt for me to get me out of my safari pants I've worn for a year! Dinner tonight is at a restaurant with entertainment. Should be fun.
Dinner was planned for outside but no one told us so we were not dressed warm enough and we moved inside. We had ...
Having been revitalised by the stay in Pushkar, we were
raring to go on the following morning. We had a civilised 9.00 a.m. start and
made our way, in brilliant sunshine, through Ajmer to find the Jaipur road.We had not travelled more than a mile when we came across
yet another lake temple. This was not quite as striking as Udaipur but it was
pretty impressive all the same. I took a couple of photos of it and came across
some more charming birds wading on the lakes edge. ...
... this version must have been written by somebody who wears permanently rose tinted glasses and where everything about India is perfect. It isn’t. That said Jaipur is also known as the ‘Pink City’ but just like the supposed blue city of Jodphur there isn’t a plethora of pink, apparently it is called the Pink City because of ‘the ribbons of walls that extend through the core of the ...
... were particularly hideous. As we walked from one section to another down a quiet street Kirsty clocked a dog catch her eye and come around the bins so it was following us. Kirsty informed me of this but she is so paranoid about dogs I told her to stop bring silly. Next thing it starts barking and another dog comes running around the corner, grinds to a halt a meter in front of me and is barking loudly at me. I say me because Kirsty did what she is not suppose to and ...
... girls who were staying in our hotel and are on the same tour as us tomorrow. So we've been able to explore as a group which is handy! We caught the metro to chiwari bazaar - the most insane place I've ever been, to do a walking tour of old Delhi. The roads are so narrow and rammed with tuk tuks, rickshaws, motorbikes and people. Overhead of all the streets are huge masses of electric, live wires which can't be safe! And You'd think they have major ...