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We are going to land at 7.30 A.M at udaipur airport, want to have breakfast at ambrai restaurant then straight to mount abu.Does this itinerary makes sense or ambrai is too far for breakfast on airport-mt abu route.

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1. Re: airport-ambrai-mtabu

airport to Ambrai (Hotel known as Amet Haveli) approx 45 minuts. Its is located next to lake Pichola Hotel. you need to spend your 01 extra Hour for Ambrai. You need to pass through nerrow passage driver find difficulties but local drivers are use too and they show the driving art taking you there.

(Nothing is very far in Udaipur and you are just heading towards Mt Abu, )

once you reach( Ambrai) that place it have fantastic view of Lake Palace & City Palace and taking breakfast under the shadow of Mango trees gives you first impression of udaipur

My personal view i prefer to go there in PM Hours instead of AM hours. reason behind is Sun light is better compare to morning Hours hence morning hours Lalghat area or opposite side of Ambrai is better. Hotels like Jaiwana haveli and Jagat Niwas.

Edited: 06 June 2011, 14:05
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2. Re: airport-ambrai-mtabu

Excellent reply by my colleague (Udaipur magic).

3. Re: airport-ambrai-mtabu

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