The Uppal Hotel - an Ecotel Hotel
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Farewell India It's been an interesting 3 weeks in an amazingly diverse country. The scenery improved in the southern region and everything was more "spread out". We were a little disappointed with the food as it was fairly bland and the curries were swimming in oil. In order to spice them up, we had to ask for a separate bowl of spicy pickles with …
... to see you again, and of the Jaipur. This is only a 4 1/2 hour trip, thank goodness. Before hotel book in we went to see the Hindu Mosque (all white marble) then of again to hotel. The hotel is a beautiful oasis in the heart of Jaipur. Ask Tracey to tell you about it. It is only about 6.15pm by this so do we just collapse on bed you ask. No, we shower and get ready to go out to local restaurant to eat. Thank goodness it has ...
... in the back seat. There are lanes but I'm not sure what they mean because the cars do not travel in lanes. I was grateful to our competent driver for his company and skill in maneuvering through the noisy roads full of motorcycles, honking horns, bikes and pedestrians. The route to the hotel took us through a jam packed bustling area of street side vendors and people socializing. I ...
... is shut your eyes and pray - I mean they don't even stay on the right side of the road sometimes! The tour of New Delhi was amazing , the contrast to back home is immense and in some places shocking. Highlights of the day include the amazing architecture of the lotus temple and the immenseness of the Colonial buildings of what was British Delhi. Got to the hotel crippled with jetlag and went straight to sleep. Overall great but tiring ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center