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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... which looks so surreal and like something from the maharaja times, but we were discouraged from doing this as "elephants are not native to this part of India and hence it's not ethical tourism, so should be avoided". Slightly odd reason but i can understand how the elephants would be unhappy in North India as it gets very cold.... The palace/fort was another masterpiece of Indian architecture. Various courts, beautiful gardens, stunning views, secret rooms and courts... We ...
... of tattered paper, which were all his tripadvisor reviews that he had got people to hand-write. Our personal favourite was the one that started with, "Congratulations you got Salim". He was absolutely hilarious, the most smiley, bubbly man we've met so far, he was adorable. He had even scratched into the paint of his tuk tuk, the words, "Smil, it costs nathing". I loved him already and wanted to keep him!
Salim took us to our hotel. The journey there was again, crazy. ...
January 26th - It's Republic Day in India and the whole country is watching the massive military parade marching down the 5km long Rajpath, towards India Gate. Hundreds of Indian flags lined the path on both sides, waving proudly in the air as India celebrates its independence. With hundreds of thousands, maybe even close to a million in attendance, all the most important political figures made an appearance and much of the city was closed for business, with all ...
... Host family's house and in the car we started dancing and singing and Mohait,one of coordinators, was showing us Indian rap which was a mix of Bollywood an rap and we discovered that if you are dancing and acting crazy the people selling stuff on the road at stop lights won't know what to do and just walk away. And then a old women came up to the car and was begging, she kept trying to knock on the door to get our attention and then she placed her ...
Shaking off our disappointment we went back the way we came and started exploring the Chandni Chowk (meaning moonlight square) a colorful shopping bazaar. Turning off the main street wandered through the little tiny streets. I’m still fascinated about having like shops together (promotes competition amongst the shopkeepers) and first came across shop after shop of beads and ribbon and then suddenly it was shop after shop of gorgeous ...