Rajasthan Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but as the guide takes you around and explains what they are all for, the mist unveils and you see the brilliance of this strange astronomic place. The second place we visited was the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of the Winds. This five storey high building certainly is unique as it is unusually shaped with lots of small spy hole windows which served an important purpose in the 1800's where the women in the royal household could watch the city below without being ...
... various balconies offered spectacular views of the city. Finally the client was ready, so off we went to meet them. This essentially meant waiting around for hours and hours (rinsing their wifi I might add) so that some guy could come and explain our roles for the next day to us as if we were stupid and didn't understand "you hand the dealer a mug...do you understand? She hands him the phone and you hand him the mug!". After hours of this (yes we even practiced HANDING OVER THE MUG!!!) ...
... like crazy trying to pop them all. They also loved the hand sanitizer I brought...Each kid came running up to me with their hands out waiting for me to squirt some from the bottle. Then they ran up to the other volunteers and stuck their hands to their faces so they could smell their hands haha. Then I handed out snack before they all left to go back to the streets. ...
... we went to see some carpets being made. The owner of the business showed us how they do block-printing and I was one of the group chosen to “help”. The demonstrations were quite interesting but then we were all invited to have a drink (rum!) and buy a carpet – just the thing to fit in your suitcase on the way home. Predictably nobody bought one so then they took us to their shop and foisted all manner of woven goods on us – some ...
... t look like it'd compare with Udaipur's so we gave it a miss and went round the corner to the intriguingly named Jantar Mantar Observatory. I have never seen so many people looking so confused. It was recommended that you pay for a guide (which we didn't) because unless you're a space & time pro you'll have no idea how what you're looking at works. I can attest that this is true, but even those with guides looked none the wiser.