After the tiring Amer Fort tour, we took a brief stopover at the Jal Mahal en route to the Bapu Bazaar. The Jal Mahal is truly a sight to behold. One cannot actually enter the Palace, just admire it from a distance. FYI, I read somewhere that it is being converted into a 5 star restaurant and that is why they do not allow visitors to enter the building.
Now, after sometime of shopping and chow down around the hustling market, it was time for us to leave. Jaipur is a place you can never get enough of, or at least I cannot. The glorious structures all along the streets of Jaipur shouts “pink city” out loud and the opulent Palaces, ancient fort and the holy temples ensure that the city retains its ages old cultural heritage.
So, what else could be a better weekend choice?
Also, here's a list of restaurants and food joints we ate at and you must try when there -
1) We had the traditional Dal baati churma at a humble, unnamed Dhaba located on the Sawai Jai Singh Highway Road, bang opposite to where the Bus Stand was. They serve Rajasthani Thalis, one per person and sharing is not allowed; one can choose their portions though.