WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The only thing that I wish would have been explained better is exactly what the ticket entailed; meaning what you would be able to see which each ticket. But so beautiful either way! A must see!
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... once beer! When I look upward into the sky, I see everywhere only stars. The whole sky is covered with stars. (It did not know at all that one can see so many with the naked eye.). When we go sleeping, the native ones mean: 'it's tons when cold just say. RK any time. Incoming goods of acres indian people. It's ok'. The night is spent under free (stars) sky. I look on the sky covered with stars and must think of the homeland. Fast before exhaustion the eyes are assigned to me. ...
... and kicking (not hard of course) I soon mastered the art of making Raju turn and come up beside kirstys camel on one side and the other as well as to go faster and slower. When I saw our jeep on the horizon and knew the camel ride was coming to an end I decided it was time to do some running. It took quite a lot of effort to get Raju to run but he did it and soon all the camels were running, needless to say camels are not smooth runners. When we arrived I had ...
Well here we sit - just after 5 on Friday eve on the overnight train to Jaipur. Our latish booking means we have 4 longways berths alongside the corridor. We'll see if we can negotiate a move to a four berth alcove when the a guard appears. I think Liz and I have just been rooked by some local guy offering a chain and padlock to secure our luggage under the berth. Couldn't be bothered to argue but gave him 200 rupees rather than the ...
... The camel tour began at 3pm and there were 9 people in our group (including the 2 Colombians that we met the day before and booked our trip with). We were picked up from our hotel and driven about 45 minutes out of town. Along the way we stopped at a Muslim village which could have been interesting if it weren't for the fact that all the villagers saw us as a big, fat dollar sign. Immediately the children, who were darling ...
... close call. The hassle never really came when we exited the station, especially considering that we had been expecting complete mayhem. As we walked out of the station we saw a lad holding up a placard stating our hotel name on it (hotel Shahi) and the lad confirmed that he was our transport to the hotel. It turned out he is one of the owners sons and his name was Hemant. He blasted out some really good Bollywood music on the way to the hotel one tune in particular by ...