Hotels used or similar in above price

Delhi

  • Madhuban Hotel/Meridian Plaza
  • The Royal Plaza/ Country Inn & Suite Saket
  • le Meridian/The Grand Hotel

Agra

  • Howard Plaza the Fern/AtulyaaTaj
  • Four Point by Sheraton/Crystal Sarovar Premier
  • Fortune Select Metropolitan/ Lemon Tree Premier

Jaipur

  • Redfox Hotel/ Park Ocean
  • Radisson Blu/Trident Hotel
  • ITC Rajputana/Trident Hotel

Udaipur

  • ake Pichola Hotel/ Jaiwana Haveli
  • Shikarbadi Hotel/ Hotel Lakend
  • Shiv Niwas Palace/ Trident Udaipur

Jodhpur

  • Devi Bhawan/ Pal Haveli
  • The Ummed/ Ranbanka Place
  • Welcome Hotel/ Ajit Bhawan

Jaisalmer

  • Killa Bhawan Lodge/ The Royale Jaisalmer
  • Gorbandh Palace/ Brys Fort
  • Suryagarh/ Marriott Resort & Spa

Bikaner

  • Raj Vilas Palace/ Harasar Haveli
  • Gajner Palace/ Lalgarh Palace
  • Narendra Bhawan / Laxmi Niwas Palace

Mandawa

  • Desert N Dunes/ Desert Mandawa
  • Vivaana Culture / Desert Mandawa
  • Castle Mandawa/ Alsisar Mahal

Outline Itinerary

  • DAY 01: ARRIVE DELHI
  • DAY 02: DELHI 
  • DAY 03: DELHI - AGRA (204KMS/ 4HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 04: AGRA - FATEHPUR SIKRI - ABHANERI - JAIPUR (245KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 05: JAIPUR
  • DAY 06: JAIPUR - MANDAWA (180KMS/ 3HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 06; JAIPUR – PUSHKAR - UDAIPUR (405KMS/ 8HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 07; UDAIPUR
  • DAY 08; UDAIPUR – RANAKPUR/ KUMBHALGARH – JODHPUR (260KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 09; JODHPUR
  • DAY 10; JODHPUR – JAISALMER (260KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 11; JAISALMER
  • DAY 12; JAISALMER – BIKANER (330KMS/ 6HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 13; BIKANER – MANDAWA (180KMS/ 4HRS APPROX)
  • DAY 14; MANDAWA – DELHI (250KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)e

Price details:

  • hotels per person sharing double/ twin rooms USD 1,655
  • hotels per person sharing double/ twin rooms USD 1,981
  • hotels per person sharing double/ twin rooms USD 2,821

Included in price:

  • Garland welcome and assistance of our office representative at airport
  • 13 nights/ 14 days accommodation in below mentioned hotels or similar
  • Daily breakfast at hotel.
  • Bottled drinking water in car
  • Private English speaking guide in each cities on sightseeing days.
  • Private Chauffer driven air-conditioned deluxe car for airport transfers, sightseeing & excursion as per program.
  • 01 Time monument entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Boat cruise on Periyar River in Thekkady
  • Permit charges to visit the National Park in Munnar & Periyar
  • Bottled drinking water in car
  • Applicable GST (Government taxes)

Not Included in price:

  • Any flight ticket (international/ domestic)
  • Any insurance
  • Main meal e.g. lunch & dinner unless mentioned in price includes OR supplement for same is opted.
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic beverages, laundry, telephone, internet, etc.
  • Anything else not mentioned in the itinerary or under "Includes

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 01

ARRIVE DELHI

Arrive Delhi international airport by flight. Meet with our office representative assistance and transfer to hotel. Hotel check in/ out time 1200hrs afternoon early check in subject to room availability). Rest time free and easy to relax & personal activities. Vehicle will be provided if time permit for visiting any pot of your interest or going out for dinner/ movie etc. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 02

DELHI

Breakfast at hotel. Full day city tour of Delhi visit Red Fort the residence of the Mughal emperor for nearly 200 years, until 1857. Cycle rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk Bazar. Visit Jama Masjid (Mosque) opposite the fort one of the largest mosques in the world, built by Shah Jahan. Raj Gath: The memorial of Mahatma Gandhi where he was cremated after his assassination. India Gate: The 42m high stone "Arch of Triumph", erected in the memory of Indian soldiers who died in the First World War; Drive through Rajpath "Kingsway" a VVIP area of Delhi including Rashtrapati Bhawan. Humayun’s Tomb: Build by wife of Humayun, the second mughal king. It is an early example of Mughal architecture. Qutab Minar: The building complex dated back on the onset of Muslim rule in India and are fine examples of Afghan architecture. Lotus Temple: In the heart of New Delhi, the bustling capital of India, a lotus-shaped outline has etched itself on the consciousness of the city's inhabitants, capturing their imagination, fuelling their curiosity, and revolutionizing the concept of worship. [Red Fort & Lotus Temple remain closed on Monday's].

DAY 03
DELHI – AGRA (204KMS/ 4HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel, drive to Agra, check in at hotel.

Afternoon visit Taj Mahal: One of the Seven Wonder of the World was build by Shah Jahan in 1631 AD and was completed in 1651.

This symbol of love was build in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Described as the most extravagant monument ever build for love. It was constructed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his queen Mumtaz Mahal, made out of white marble took 22 years to complete. Ustad Ahamad Lahori, a Parsian Architect, is said to be the main designer and planer of this magnificent memorial. On full moon night, the glory of the Taj is at its best. (Taj Mahal remain closed on every Friday)

Agra Fort: build by the famed Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1565AD, the fort is predominantly of red sandstone. Construction of the massive red sandstone Agra Fort on the bank of the Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565, though additions were made up until the rule of his grandson, Shah Jahan region it has partially become Palace. The fort presents a good sampling of their favoured architectural styles. Akbar drew on Islamic and Hindu traditions and the result is eclectic. By Shah Jahan's time the style had become so homogenized that it is impossible to separate the Hindu and Muslim strands. The Diwan-I-Am (public audience hall) the beautiful Diwan-I-Khas (private audience hall) were also added by Shah Jahan. AItmad-ud-daulah's Tomb: Built between 1622 and 1628 by Empress Nur Jahan for her father, boasts of marble trellis work and inlaid with-precious stones, this mausoleum on the opposite bank of the Yamuna from the Taj, exhibits a strong Persian influence. Itmad-ud-Daula often describe as Jewel Box. The Tomb of Mir Ghias Beg, Vazir (minister) of Emperor Jahangir, was built between 1622 and 1628 from red sand stone with marble decorations as Akbars tomb in Sikendra in Agra. Itmad-ud-daula has important place in history as well as architecture. This is actually the very first tomb in India that is entirely made out of Marble. It is most important monument in Agra after Taj Mahal and Agra fort. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 04

AGRA– FATEHPUR SIKRI – JAIPUR (235KMS / 5HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel drive to Jaipur, Enroute visit to Fatehpur Sikri: built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned after 15 yrs. Due to scarcity of water. Predominately, a red sandstone construction sprawling over a huge area, the architectural style is very much in tune with emperor’s dream & partakes of both Hindu & Muslim styles. See the graceful buildings including Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal & other places.

En route also visit Abhaneri; is a small village. The place is popular for the amazing 'Baoris' (step wells) and Harshat Mata Temple. The village of Abhaneri is believed to be established by the King Raja Chand. Originally Abhaneri was named as Abha Nagri, which means the city of brightness, but due to mispronunciation of the term, it is changed to the present name. In the present day, this city of brightness is in ruins; still it attracts tourists from across the globe. Abhaneri is prominent for 'Baoris', which are the unique invention of the natives for harvesting rain water. Amongst the other step wells, Chand Baori is the most popular one. This colossal step well is located in front of the Harshat Mata Temple. Chand Baori is one of India's deepest and largest step wells. The huge tank with delicate carvings is certainly delightful to the eyes.

Continue drive to Jaipur, on arrival check in at hotel. Evening free to scroll the market. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 05 

JAIPUR

Breakfast at hotel, visit Amber Fort and enjoy Elephant Ride. Raja Man Singh the Rajput commander of Akbar’s army constructed the fortress palace in the end of 16th century. Amber is superb example of Rajput architecture, situated on a hilltop, overlooking a lake. Amber Fort is known for its unique artistic style, blending both Hindu and Muslim (Mughal) elements, and its ornate and breathtaking artistic mastery. The fort borders the Maota Lake.

aigarh Fort or Fort of Victory considered to be one of the most well fortified structures in India.

The magnificent fort was constructed by Sawai Singh of Jaipur in 1726 in order to tighten the security of Amber and Jaipur. Situated on the top of the hill the fort provides the stunning view of the Jaipur town and magnificent amber fort. The main highlights of the fort are massive Cannon, fortification, museum, palaces, temples and the magnificent water tanks. Jai Van is claimed to be the largest cannon on wheels in the world. The length of the barrel of this cannon is 20 ft. 2 inches, the diameter 8 ft. 7 inches and it weighs 50 tons. The range of the gun is 22 miles and it consumes 100kgs of gunpowder for every shot. Afternoon city tour of Jaipur, the origins of the beautiful city of Jaipur can be traced back to the eighteenth century, during the reign of Jai Singh II who ascended the Amber throne in 1699. Jaipur today, epitomizes the spirit of Rajputana. In-spite of growing into a bustling metropolis, it still retains its character and history - Beautiful fusion of the yesteryears and modernity. Popularly known as the Pink City because of the extensive use of the locally abundant pink plastered stone, painted so in honor of the visit of the royal consort of Queen Victoria Jaipur thrills the soul with its massive forts, magnificent palaces, exquisite temples and lush gardens. Main tourist attractions of Jaipur are City Palace with its fine collection of textiles, costumes and armory and the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds. Maharaja Jai Singh was a great astronomer of his time. He built here extraordinary (and very accurate) stargazing Observatory here named as “Jantar Mantar”. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 06 

JAIPUR –PUSHKAR - UDAIPUR (405KMS/ 8HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel, drive to Udaipur en route visit Pushkar temples.

Brahma Temple: This is the only temple in the world where Lord Brahma is worshiped and the main attraction of Pushkar. The temple has a special position in Hindu pantheons. There is life-size four-armed idol of Lord Brahma - the creator in the vestibule. The temple has marble floors and stairs and coins have been put by the devotees to mark the birth or deaths of the loved ones.

Pushkar Lake: According to the legends, the lake was dedicated to Lord Brahma after a lotus fell from his hands and dropped into this picturesque valley. A lake sprang up on the same spot latter on which is considered holy. The entire lake is supposed to be surrounded by 500 temples, 52 palaces, and 52 ghats. On the occasion of Kartik Purnima in November every year, devotees take holy bath in the lake and a fair is organized, known world over as the Pushkar Fair.

After sighseeing continue drive to Udaipur check in at hotel. Evening watch Dharohar Folk Dance. Bagore-ki-Haveli is a gorgeous 18th century haveli that has been converted into a museum showcasing Mewar art and architecture. In the evenings, the haveli puts on one of the best Rajasthani folk dance shows in Rajasthan – Dharohar Dance. For an hour, performers dance to Rajasthani folk music wearing bright coloured ethnic dresses. The dances are varied and demonstrate the tradition and culture of Rajasthani folklore. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 07 

UDAIPUR

Breakfast at hotel, full day city tour of Udaipur: a splash of colour in Rajasthan that is brighter when tinged with the tones of local lore and legends. Visit the City Palace, built in 1725, which houses the Dilkhush Mahal, Sheesh Mahal - studded with glittering Belgium Mirrors, Moti Mahal and the Palace of Lord Krishna all of which are ornately decorated. Later visit the Jagdish Temple. This temple built in 1651 is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the preserver in the Hindu Trinity of Gods. Also visit the Sahelion Ki Bari gardens and fountains. Later drive around the Fatehsagar Lake.

Visit Eklingji and Nagda Temple. Eklingji was built for the tutelary deity of the Maharanas of Mewar, of sand stone and marble in 734 A.D. Its 108 temples are enclosed by high walls and has a pyramidical roof composed of hundreds of knobs. Later visit Nagda, one of the ancient Palaces of Mewar dating back to the 6th century A.D. The Sas-Bahu Temples are among the most exquisitely carved temples.

Evening enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Pichola on which the majestic Lake Palace Hotel is situated. See the ghats along the lake and the interesting buildings on the banks. The view of the city palace from the lake is spectacular. Lake Pichola, is an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village. It is one of the several contiguous lakes, and developed over the last few centuries in and around the famous Udaipur city. The lakes around Udaipur were primarily created by building dams to meet the drinking water and irrigation needs of the city and its neighborhood. Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are located within Pichola Lake, and have been developed with several palaces to provide views of the lake. Overnight at hotel.

Evening enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Pichola on which the majestic Lake Palace Hotel is situated. See the ghats along the lake and the interesting buildings on the banks. The view of the city palace from the lake is spectacular. Lake Pichola, is an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village. It is one of the several contiguous lakes, and developed over the last few centuries in and around the famous Udaipur city. The lakes around Udaipur were primarily created by building dams to meet the drinking water and irrigation needs of the city and its neighborhood. Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are located within Pichola Lake, and have been developed with several palaces to provide views of the lake. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 08 

UDAIPUR – KUMBHALGARH – JODHPUR (260KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel drive to Jodhpur. Enroute visit Ranakpur Jain Temple or Kumbhalgarh Fort as per your preferences

he stunning Jain temples at Ranakpur, superbly preserved in a near-perfect condition for over 500 years. The Ranakpur Jain Temples were built during the reign of the liberal and gifted monarch Rana Kumbha in the 15th century AD. An enormous basement covers 48,000 sq. ft area. There are four subsidiary shrines, twenty four pillared halls and appropriate domes supported by over four hundred columns. There are 1,444 columns in all, which are intricately carved. The artistically carved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures at a height of 45 feet are an engrossing sight. In the assembly hall, there are two big bells weighing 108kgs whose sound echoes in the entire complex.

Step back in time and discover the glory of the Rajput at great Kumbhalgarh fort which was built during 15th century by Maharana Kumbha. Enlarged during 19th century, this fort is also the birth place of Maharana Pratap, the great king and warrior of Mewar. This almost invincible fort is the highest and most formidable in the state of Rajasthan. Even the mighty Mughal couldn’t capture it alone and it took the combined armies of Delhi, Amber and Marwar to breach its defences. Standing majestically on 1180m high ridge and representing the past glory of the Rajput rulers, the Fort also provides a panoramic view of the countryside from the top. Continue drive to Jodhpur. On arrival check in at hotel. Rest tome free and easy for personal activities relax. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 09 

JODHPUR

Breakfast at hotel full day city tour of Jodhpur. Visit Mehrangarh Fort; From the outside its wide, high walls and sheer cliffs appear unassailable, imposing and austere, but once inside you discover several lavishly decorated palaces, with intricate carved ‘jalis’ and panels that take your breath away. Inside the fort Phool Mahal (Flower Palace), with its beautifully painted walls, Moti Mahal (Pearl Palace) with its Shringar Chowk (coronation seat) featuring peacock armrests and gilded elephants, Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace), the Sileh Khana, the Umaid Vilas and the Daulat Khana. At the Daulat Khana, visitors get to see a rich and varied collection of royal memorabilia, fine Rajput miniatures and Ragmala paintings. Jaswant Thada; a few metres below the fort, is the site of the white marble royal cenotaph of Jaswant Singh II and four of his successors.

The Mahamandir, dedicated to Lord Shiva is an architectural wonder, built in 1812, with 84 intricately carved pillars. As it was outside the city walls it was given its own protective fortifications, a sign of those turbulent times. Umaid Bhawan Palace was built during the 1920s and '30s as a famine relief project when Maharaja Umaid Singh started a food for work program. The palace took 16 years to complete- no wonder, then that with its 347 rooms, it is one of the largest private residences in the world. It houses a fine collection of royal memorabilia, armours and arms, bejewelled howdahs, palanquins etc.

Later excursion to Mandore the former capital of Mewar. Visit the Hall Of Heroes; the grand Hall of Heroes is a wall made out of a rock; it has sculpted figures depicting scenes from the lives of Marwar Maharajas. With bright vibrant paint and high altitude it is a capturing structure. Around sixteen gigantic figures of the local heroes have been exquisitely carved out from a single piece of rock and cenotaphs of the former Maharajas of Jodhpur. Mandore Garden; Mandore is known for its exquisite gardens that offer splendid picnic spot. Attracting tourists and locals, the Mandore Garden has beautiful high rock terraces and fountains which make it unique. The greenery and colourful flora gives freshness and relaxation to all. Memorials of Maharaja Jaswant Singh and Ajit Singh; Mandore was the only place where the rulers of Rathore dynasty were cremated. The royal memorials of Maharaja Jaswant Singh and Maharaja Ajit Singh who was cremated along with his six queens and 58 concubines are main tourist sites in Mandore. There are multitudes of memorial “chhatris” and temples both Hindu and Jain also located there. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 10 

JODHPUR – JAISALMER (260KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel, drive to Jaisalmer check in at hotel. Jaisalmer - a fairy-tale town in the Thar Desert founded about 800 years ago by Raja Jaisal. Unlike any other city, this desert fortress is one of Rajasthan's most exotic and unusual towns. Jaisalmer, an important ancient trading centre because of its strategic location on the camel trade routes, is often described as the 'golden city'. The havelis, built by merchants of the 19th century, are exquisitely carved from golden-yellow sandstone and are still in a beautiful condition. The fort built by Rawal Jaisal in the 12th century, stands on the 80 meter high Trikuta hill, with beautifully carved Jain temples. Jaisalmer is also famous for its embroidery, Rajasthani mirror work, rugs, blankets, antique and stonework and the sand dune desert camel safaris. Rest time free and easy for personal activities relax. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 11 

JAISALMER

Breakfast at hotel visit, Jaisalmer Fort. The fort towering high above the sprawling city of Jaisalmer has an exciting, almost fairytale quality to it. The fort is often spoken of as a ‘living museum’ because of its many ‘havelis’ – the mansions of the rich merchants built in the 19th century. The residential area of the fort takes visitors back in time with beautiful ‘havelis’ with breath- takingly exquisite intricately latticed golden yellow sandstone facades. The most famous homes are Nathmalji ki Haveli, whose interiors are extensively decorated with splendid miniature paintings, Salim Singh ki Haveli capped with blue cupolas and superb peacock shaped brackets, and the Patwon ki Haveli the five storied and is the largest and most elaborate of all with multiple carved pillars and colonnades, wall murals, long corridors and ornate chambers. Also visit Gadsisar Lake, further free to stroll around the local bazaars.

Later in the evening, a short drive to Sam Dunes, explore the desert on camel and enjoy watching sunset. Camel Safari, The ship of the desert, the camel, was domesticated thousands of years ago primarily for the purpose of making tedious journeys through the unrelenting Thar Desert. You can also see the patterns and motifs created by the shifting sands and air. Return to your hotel for overnight stay.

DAY 12

JAISALMER – BIKANER (330KMS/ 6HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel drive to Bikaner check in at hotel. Later city tour of Bikaner visit Junagarh Fort: One of the most imposing forts of northern India- Junagarh Fort- has remained unconquered till date. This fort was built in 15th century by one of the most able and trusted generals of Akbar, Raja Rai Singh. It has a 96 mt long wall, with 37 bastions and 2 entrances.

The main entrance of the fort is Suraj pol or sun gate. The fort encompasses many palaces amongst which the most spectacular ones are the Chandra Mahal or Moon palace, the Phool Mahal or Flower palace, both ornated with carved panels and mirrors and the Karan Mahal. Karan Mahal was built in remembrance of the celebration of the grand victory over Aurangzeb. Durga Niwas, a fabulously painted courtyard and Ganga Niwas which housed a finely carved red sandstone front, are the other places of attraction in this fort.

Lalgadh Palace: Designed by a Britisher for Maharaja Ganga Singh, this palace dispalys a magnificient blend of oriental and european style. The imposing red sandstone monument is designed by Sir Swinton Jacob for Maharaja Ganga Singh. The Palace has beautiful latticework and filigree work, Sprawling lawns with blooming bougainvillea and dancing peacocks make it a not-to-be missed visual treat. Part of the Palace has been converted into a luxury hotel and a museum known as Shri Sadul Museum. The museum covers the entire first floor of the palace and houses well preserved old photographs and trophies of wildlife.

National Research Centre on Camel; The center has been identified as one of the important tourist place of Bikaner and is included in the tourist book. The tourist visiting the canter can see the camel of different breeds and their behaviour. A camel museum is available to apprise them of the developmental and research aspects of the camel in the desert ecosystem. Facilities of camel riding, safari and video/photography are available for the visitors. Camel milk parlour is a special attraction because it vendors unique value added camel milk products like ice-cream, hot and cold beverages. Overnight at hotel.

DAY 13

BIKANER – MANDAWA (180KMS/4HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel drive to Mandawa via visiting Karni Mata Rat Temple at Deshnoke lying at the distance of 30km from Bikaner. Visit the 600 years ancient shrine of Goddess Karni. You will be astonished to see that besides the Goddess the other deity of the temple are rats. The people have a strong notion that these rodents will be reincarnated as divine human.

Conitinue drive to Mandawa check in at hotel. Later Sightseeing of Mandawa forts and havelis. Mandawa fort; The fort of Mandawa was founded in the 18th century. Thakur Nawal Singh, son of Shardul Singh, founded the fort in vikram samvat 1812 (1755 AD).

The fort dominates the town with a painted arched gateway adorned with Lord Krishna and his cows. Havelis; This town has been referred to as the "open art gallery" of Rajasthan because the entire Shekhawati region and not just Mandawa is dotted with fascinating mansions (havelis) that have lavishly painted walls. Famous Havelis are Hanuman Prasad Goenka Haveli, Goenka Double Haveli, Murmuria Haveli, Jhunjhunwala Haveli, Mohan Lal Saraf Haveli, Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, The Binsidhar Newatia Haveli, Lakshminarayan Ladia Haveli and Chokhani Double Haveli.

The structure of these places reminds one of the cultural and social hotspot this place used to be in the bygone era. The compact and busy little market town of Mandawa was settled and fortified in 18th century by the dominant merchant families of the region. The wealthy businessmen of the village constructed many havelis and baolis with colored painting adorning their walls. Later on, with the migration of these merchant families, their old settlements remained in total obscurity with no one to look after them. Despite the time lapse and ignorance about these visual and architectural extravaganzas, their attraction did not fade and today they are some of the major attractions for the tourists visiting Rajasthan. Mandawa provides the visitors with a sense of discovery at every turn; battlements that offer spectacular views of the town below, a whimsical peacock weather van, and an arched window that overlooks the verdant garden visited by peacocks. Most importantly, the fact that no two rooms are alike in the palace here. In the zenana or women's quarters, one room offers antique murals, another has a marble fountain, and the turret room boasts of walls that are seven feet thick. Looking out from the window of the turret room, it is easy to imagine the marauding bandits that once roamed freely here. Little wonder then that the family crest contains the motto, 'Veer Bhogya Vasundhara', which translates into 'the brave shall inherit the earth'. Overnight at Hotel.

DAY 14

MANDAWA – DELHI (250KMS/ 5HRS APPROX)

Breakfast at hotel, morning free for sightseeing afternoon drive to Delhi, drop off to airport / hotel..

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