The Leela Palace Udaipur
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We arrived in Udaipur last evening and were met at the banks of Lake Pichola by the Leela Palace boat. Lake Pichola is the largest of the lakes in Udaipur and the hotel we were staying at (The Leela Palace) is on this beautiful lake. After yet another fabulous dinner last night and a restful evening, we threw open the doors of our room this morning …
Another delish breakfast - this time of akuri (Parsi scrambled eggs) and a masala omelette - and we were ready to start our waltz.
The day started with more giggles...as we left the hotel to get the boat, the doorman in full Rajput regalia appeared with an ornate red and gold umbrella to walk us (individually) to the boat, which was all of …
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Fateh Sagar & Nehru ParkFateh Sagar Lake is t artificial lake of Located in the north of Lake pichola lake pichola lake
... were stunning, an amazing treasure to have when your old thinking back over your memories. I write this from the back of a taxi in Mumbai, it's warm!! The last three nights we have been in Udaipur. It's a beautiful city around a lake, it reminds me of Marrakesh. There is another good market there, but selling more homewares, not just clothes. Myself, Soph and ViVi have been keeping the shop owners in business out here!! As you've already read. In the towns with markets we ...
... would be flat out in peak season (like Venice), but in June it was perfect. What was not absolutely perfect however was the aftermath of the ****** meals we had eaten the day before at the station and on the train. Subsequently the day was a bit of a write off for Brad, helped immeasurably by the fact that we were staying in a lovely havelli with the most fantastically helpful staff. Highly recommend the Jaiwana Havelli. Next day, while still crook, ...