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Old 19th April 2009, 02:13   #1
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Default The Hill fort Kesroli, a photologue

Nothing much to write about in terms of travel, other than the fact that you can either go via Bhiwadi Tijara Alwar, or Gurgaon-Sohna-Kesroli route.
The difference is that the former is 20-30kms longer, and has only 100 speed brakers instead of 200.

Anyways, I will let the pictures do the talking
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Old 19th April 2009, 13:18   #2
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@Tsk1979, is this the same place run by Neemrana Resorts??
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Yes, its run by Neemrana resorts
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Ok, I did hear about it, since its close to Jaipur it could be a weekend getaway in winters or monsoons just to relax.

But do you think its worth it?
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Since you are in Jaipur you can head to places like Surajgarh/Kuchaman etc., in the monsoons. Those are bigger forts than this one.
this is also nice, but its more like a totally idyllic place
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How does this place compare with their Neemrana property? How were the rooms, service & food? could u upload a few more pics of the rooms and the fort - thanks
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Sorry, no pics of the rooms, but the 3500 room which we got for 1900 was very good. The 2500 room was claustrophobic, basically the size of a large bathroom.


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