Re: Exploring Udaipur solo this long weekend
Hi @@aparajita1 Wow that's a good insight. I will definitely have a look at it. Thank you so much, buddy.aparajita1 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:45 pmHey! If you are still looking for a place to stay, you can check out Jaiwana Haveli too. It's right near the lake and their dining room is on the terrace. So you get amazing views during meals. My parents had stayed there for 2 nights during their trip in September 2014. They have lake facing rooms which my mom had loved. The place doesn't have a lift though.
The one thing I had loved when I went to Udaipur was grabbing a cup of coffee in Oberoi Udaivilas. The resort is mindblowingly gorgeous and that was probably one of the most expensive coffees I have ever had. Nevertheless, for me getting to see the opulence and beautiful views from the palace was worth the price. In case you like Bollywood movies, this is where the second half of Yeh Jawani hai Diwani was shot, where Kalki gets married.
Have a great trip! Share your stories with us once you are back.
Feel free to join in on this trip.