The history and times of Jaipur (Rajasthan, India) are deeply entwined with the stories of royal princes and princesses, with grand Mughals and later with visiting dignitaries from the British Royal family or 20th century royalty like the US Presidential families.
From the Jaipur Travel Guide
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Love this Hotel! Great value for your money. Wonderful restaurant. Good for vegetarians. People are very attentive. 24hr staff ready to answer all your questions in a very nice manner. Free internet use. This hotel is close to everything. I am booking with them again the next time I visit. ... more
We spend there almost one week! The restaurant on the rooftop was one of our favorite on 2months and a half traveling in India. The owner was very very helpful! Full of good advices! A good choice if you are in Jaipur Judith and Thibault ... more
Hi, I'm planning a hypothetical trip ( I say hypothetical because it's actually a proposal for my Tourism Class) to India with the route: Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Delhi. It will be for 4 days and 3 nights. My ...
Where to get Malarone in Jaipur/Rajastan?
Hi, we need to buy Malarone anti-malarials in the Jaipur/Rajastan area. We've been to the 2 major hospitals in the area (SMS and Santokba Durlabhji) and they don't have it. We would rather not buy it from any old pharmacy on the street. Can anyone point us to a reliable source? Thanks very ...
As we approached Jaipur on the 4-hour drive from Ranthambore a few more mountains started to penetrate the dead flat landscape we had seen so far. Manjeet, our driver asked if we wanted to see a monkey temple and having had a few run-ins with monkeys in the past, I have to admit my heart sank ...
Posted in Travelling Jane and James 2014 by gonetravelling
After 32 hours in the train (my life record for the moment)I finally arrived to Jaipur - the "pink" capital of Rajasthan. street city view from Hawa Mahal Old town gate ...
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