Hotel H.R. Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... life. “I just told her you only have one-half of your final year left in the 12th grade. Put your head down and go for it with all you have,” he shared.
As the travel progressed, Ashim spent a good deal of time on a verbal tour of India, telling us about all the different regions. It provided us an appreciation of the huge diversity of this enormous country.
As we traveled, it seemed that there were an enormous number of trucks on ...
After a quick hop (by Indian standards) of 4 hours down the road by bus, I arrived in Jaipur, the "Pink City" a large sprawling city very much on the tourist circuit.
I was eager to start what would become one of the highlights of the trip, a day hanging out with the elephants. The elephants used to work giving tourists rides, but now just hang out and get pampered. I was teamed up 1:1 with an elephant and her mahout (handler). I was asked to take off ...
... silver objects in existence – some 350kg each. We were also able to visit the old throne room – where women are now allowed inside – and saw an interesting parade of brightly decorated horses, camels, a pantomime horse, and a number of gentlemen blowing on a variety of horns and trumpets.
Finally we passed out of the palace area into the rest of the Old City (which is worth the capitalization). The kids were ...
... Can't help but think Fairfield Halls doesn't quite cut it now. When you see the photos I'm sure you'll feel the same. Lastly was Amber Fort, built in 1592. Essentially an army base, but also a palace for king and queen, where dancers would put on shows for royals in the courtyard. Also home to mirror palace which was used as the royals bedroom in the winter. Adjacent was the summer bedroom which had a natural air conditioning system which I ...
After breakfast at the hotel our trusty driver Ahshue picked us up at 8:00 AM for the drive to Jaipur. Along the way (just a short distance from Agra) we stopped to visit the fortified city of Fatehpur Sikri. This walled city was built by Akbar the Great as his initial Capital city to commemorate ...