The Kuchaman Fort

Address: A-205, Godrej Coliseum, Behind Everard Nagar, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, 400022, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Near Airport area of Rajsamand.
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    Travel Blogs from Rajsamand

    Mumbail

    A travel blog entry by nickib409 on Jan 16, 2015

    21 photos

    ... during the evening. No such luck, I was on the topper tier & as a group we weren't all together. However we did have a very sweet old Indian couple join us. On boarding the train I was actually quite surprised how spacious the compartments were. But it's just one long carriage lined with bunk beds. I clambered to the top, two tiers below me & not really a barrier preventing me from rolling off. This could be a very unpleasant ...

    Udaipur to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by nickib409 on Jan 15, 2015

    23 photos

    ... was particularly busy as there was a military event on, the Taj Hotel where the Mumbai attacks happened & the local markets. Mumbai was definitely growing on me. We had diner in a Sports bar (Yes they even have proper bars in this City)! A few drinks and a bit of a dance. One of the guys on our tour went to university with a guy who lives in Mumbai, so him and a few of his friends joined us. And ...

    A Royal Welcome to a Royal Household

    A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 06, 2014

    27 photos

    ... to the large and immaculately furnished bedroom with desks and easy chairs and French windows leading on to our little verandah. This looked over a beautiful lawn surrounded by flowering trees while a fountain played merrily in the middle. The far end of our hallway had double doors opening to more stone steps down to this beautiful and spacious courtyard.

    A special footman had been assigned to look after our every need, and within minutes he had ...

    The people and the group...

    A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Oct 25, 2014

    7 comments, 12 photos

    ... that Patrick and Julie are deeply boring. Patrick tells interminable and dull stories with no payoff, whilst Julie speaks slowly as she explains everything to us, her class of five year olds. Maria and Leandros somewhat plough their own farrow and so we don't feel too bad we have become a clique of four. Feeling guilty sometimes, we occasionally spend time with the under caste astonished by their inability to have a conversation and to recognize their own social ineptitude.
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    Temples, Palaces, Forts, and Villages

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 09, 2014

    1 comment

    ... rattan chairs; this is where I am sitting as I write. My roommate is asleep, so I think I'll go take another luxurious shower.

    This afternoon we'll head into the nearby hills and visit Bhil tribe villages; tonight some of the Bhil tribes will come and play their traditional music for us. We will eat and drink and dance. I expect I will be offered my nightly gin and tonic with lime (we are told there is no wine in India), and ...