Any advice/tip for Jaipur visit by two 60 plus couples.

#1 Oct 3rd, 2017, 07:27
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Hi,
We are two couples in late sixties and visiting Jaipur in the end of this month for 3 nights.We will be hiring an innova cab from Delhi for the entire tour. Going by the advise on india mike, on various threads, we have planned to stay at hotel Arya Niwas.
Any other tip/advise for us please.
Thanks and regards,
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On the way by taking a diversion see Abhaneri.

When are you doing this? Would suggest to pre book Arya Niwas.
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Originally Posted by aarosh View Post On the way by taking a diversion see Abhaneri.

When are you doing this? Would suggest to pre book Arya Niwas.
I have booked Arya Niwas. Will discuss Abhaneri with my group.
Many Thanks for the advice.
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There is a post by Vaibhav where he mentions what could be seen in 2 days in Jaipur. Later in the day I will post that link for you.

Abhaneri is well known for its step well.
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Originally Posted by aarosh View Post Later in the day I will post that link for you.
Here is the link http://www.indiamike.com/india/jaipu...4/#post1423446.

Vaibhav also talks about shopping here and here.

Also if possible have aloo pyaz (potato onion) kachori at Rawat Misthan Bandar. I have heard that they serve the best aloo pyaz kachori.

Vaibhav have I heard correct?
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There is Panna Meena ki Baori near Amer Fort. Not many go there but in my opinion it is totally worth it. Have posted a few pictures of it here

http://traveltalesfromindia.in/2016/...-baori-jaipur/
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Originally Posted by aarosh View Post Here is the link http://www.indiamike.com/india/jaipu...4/#post1423446.

Vaibhav also talks about shopping here and here.

Also if possible have aloo pyaz (potato onion) kachori at Rawat Misthan Bandar. I have heard that they serve the best aloo pyaz kachori.

Vaibhav have I heard correct?
Thanks Aarosh. Yes, rawat should be fine and the link is a fair guide too.

If you want to shop for handicrafts you can go to Rajasthali at MI road.
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Originally Posted by aarosh View Post .Also if possible have aloo pyaz (potato onion) kachori at Rawat Misthan Bandar. I have heard that they serve the best aloo pyaz kachori.
I think the kachories only contains onions. Unless potato is a recent addition.
They also have a sweet kachori with thickened milk or mawa.

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