Hotel Prince

Address: Near Bhatia Bagechi, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Near Bhatia Bagechi, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

      Fort and Feeling Fortified

      A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... and all his friends were laughing at him ( our guide translated). Not sure why. In India you really sometimes have to figure out what's going on at times and have to walk away and shrug when it makes no sense, for instance we stopped for a chai tea at one of the stops that cost 5 rupee. We gave him ten, waited for change and when none came, he said, "no change!" and gave us a sleeve of cookies. Ok then. Other randoms: -Walking around a cow ...

      Jaisalmer - The Golden City

      A travel blog entry by magnoliakitties on Nov 16, 2014

      67 photos

      ... the cow droppings, the tuc tuc's, and the motor bikes. As you walked up the hill and through the winding streets it almost made you feel like you were in the movie Aladdin.

      During the visit to the fort, we visited two temples including a Jain Temple. We also visited a Haveli, which is an Indian ...

      Final days in Rajasthan

      A travel blog entry by caraemma on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... anyone who has never ridden a camel before this is the weirdest sensation. When a camel stands up it almost happens in three stages and the rider is first thrown about backwards and forwards before the camel is upright. This is terrifying at first and you never quite get used to the fear that you are going to fall straight off every time the camel stands up or sits down (sitting down was even more terrifying!). The camels reins were attached to each other so that two groups ...

      Sunsets, stars and sand storms

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on Jun 27, 2014

      18 photos

      ... the desert, one of the most unlikely and wonderful things we've found ourselves doing. Being a little off-kilter was more than worth it. But boys, be warned: the anatomy of a camel is such that if you ride behind the hump, as most tourists are forced to do, you have an immoveable object in front of you. You cannot get around it or away from it. The slow lurch of the walking camel for some unknown reason pushes you forward just as the front end is ...

      Camel Trekking in the Thar Desert

      A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 23, 2014

      41 photos

      ... battles over the centuries, and today it houses about a collection of shops, guesthouses, restaurants, and even locals—4,000 Jaisalmer inhabitants actually live inside the Jaisalmer Fort.

      On Thursday we walked through the morning heat, which felt equivalently dry and hot as a June afternoon in Tucson, to get to the fort. After 2 hours of walking sandstone streets, shopping for colorful clothes, and admiring elaborate Jain temples, we returned to ...