The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel
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... Luke got hit by a scooter whilst walking on the pavement (no damage as they weren't going fast)! Sunday brought another journey - our train to Agra for the second leg of this busy week. We successfully tackled the metro to the train station and found the right train (after being told by some random guy which platform it was)! Everyone out here seems to know exactly what time the trains are; the post office, the guesthouses, rickshaw drivers, you just have ...
... light women with very ill looking babies hanging off their arms came up to us or tiny children asking for food or money. We arrived at Choki Dani's an over the top Rajhasthani themed restaurant with entertainment. We had actually heard about this from other travellers and were excited about what to expect. There were dancing women with pots on there heads, puppet shows, magicians, tribal people, marshal arts acts, acrobats, camels, play ...
... for us.
The only thing which we think could have been improved is the wifi service. The hotel actually charged for this. We think that these days, wifi should come free with the room. Even budget hotels in India provide this service for free! Be that as it may, we did not mind paying for it, considering the fact that we paid so little for our room.
We have no hesitation at all in recommending this hotel to other travelers to ...
... cinema it looked like a british theatre with a curtain and everything. The film was agneepath which we had not botherd to check but soon realised it was not gentle watching. For three hours we endured blood rape torcher child abuse and horrific murders accompanied by the odd bit of up beat colourful singing and dancing. Helen did manage to get a few shut eyes but anna was gripped the whole way managing to keep hold of the plot loosely and using her scarf to ...
... in all of Rajasthan which we later discovered, if you can handle the hard bargaining/ hassle), and also huge numbers of Indian tourists (probably due to the city’s close proximity to Delhi)…in our experience large numbers of Indian tourists equated to Aza and I being asked for our photo to be taken at every tourist sight around town! Initially we didn’t mind having our photo taken with families however after a while our patience ran out as more and more groups ...
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- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking