Hotel Rajputana Palace
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Lovely man. He counts among his guests prince Charles and Camilla, Richard Gere, rockabilly etc.
Quite a few bought carpets and we were left poorer with our purchase.
We didn't have a cc with us so he delivered to the hotel that night complete with his french beret.
Had an interesting lunch at the hotel reminding us of faulty towers. Complete with a black edition ...
... fort right in front of us. Incredible and now a leading contender for the category 'best view from a hotel room balcony' in our end of tour prize giving! Lovely swim in (29C!) pool; though slightly disappointed there is only one attendant whilst I have become accustomed to an entourage to tend to my bathing! Still, very refreshing and had it all to myself. Back for a shower and sort out - JMJ already 'moved in' and sorted. Got ready for ...
... so we walked the length of the airport before deciding on a South Indian breakfast at Vaango (!) which had Rajnikant lookalikes on its billboards, and a sweet waiter named Rafeeq. They had barely opened when we walked in so we waited. The milk hadn’t come in yet (“Doodh nahin hai”…I understood that!) so we had 2 coffees between us, and various dosas - I had a ghee roast dosa which was crispy and delicious.
We’d been there about an hour when a ...
... even more took their place. Beautiful ladies wearing beautiful saris in glorious Rajasthani colours; men, some in bright turbans, and one with a baby goat in a plastic carrier bag. The goat was fascinated by the bus and all the people. (That's not only in India; we've been to Laos!) By the time we reached Jodhpur, the three of us were sweaty, thirsty, and very short tempered. And as there were no English speakers on the bus, it was impossible to ...
... were seeing a beautiful garden and a lovely colonial looking building. There were plenty of nice touches such as bowls filled with water and floating flowers arranged in them dotted around and traditional Rajasthani paintings on the floor. Due to our early arrival our room wasn't ready however the owner gave us a small single room to use to freshen up and a cup of chai tea. Once we had freshened up we checked in and then had breakfast which ...