Hotel H.R. Palace
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... story, there are actually four submerged levels in which the solid stone walls have held back millions of liters of water and prevented water seepage for over 250 years with a special designed lime mortar!
There used to be gondolas which provided romantic boat rides across the ...
... been at least thirty
of them. (those who know me well, will understand that I am slightly prone to
exaggeration) They were without doubt a happy bunch, all smiling cheerfully and
imitating everything that we said.
One small and understandably exhausted looking young woman
was introduced as his wife. She was also full of smiles and chatted to Ashwami
in animated fashion. He did not share with us any detail of their dialogue but we
... to tend to my washing which I'd left in the bucket all day, turns out that cheap trousers you buy from an Indian market don't hold their dye so well and I've now got some fetching pink spots on my tee shirts.
Up till now I had been messing round in the amateur leagues of f**king things up but on the 12th November I graduated into the big time. You would imagine I hurt myself or destroyed someone's house when I say I rented a scooter today but no, it was far more stupid. ...
... that have no motor to help with pollution, but we feel bad for the poor driver; usually, they are thin men that struggle with the load;) . This leads me to an interesting story about our trishaw driver that took us to the hotel from the bus station when we first got into town. First off, I should mention how nice it is that every rickshaw driver is not trying to get us to go somewhere to get a commission off of ...
... squeezed cheese, ever had that thing in a nightclub when your shouting at ya mate then the load music stops, it happened here, jigajiga music going, my **** let rip, music stopped, people looked at the sky expecting rain so load was the thunder....... Then the smell got to them, people who'd lived in the slums all their life were retching, eyes were watering, kids passing out even the resident camel ****** off. Back on the road and we'd gone about 100km when Mr Singh decided ...