Kasauli Castle

Kimmughat, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173204, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Kimmughat, Kasauli.
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    Travel Blogs from Kasauli

    Himalayan Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 47 photos

    ... br>
    And the scenery was just spectacular. We had driven this route on the bus in the dark so we were seeing it all for the first time. It reminded us both of our trip through the Himalayas a few years ago when we went from Kathmandu to Pokhara in Nepal.

    The journey to Shimla took us 8 1/2 hours and the distance was only 240 km (around 180 miles).
    When you consider the state of the roads however, i surprised we did it that quick.

    We saw ...

    Parent meetings!

    A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 28, 2014

    ... for about a month. She described this boy as aggressive and that he doesn't want to do anything. The first think that struck out to me is his need for order and control. He likes everything in its place and is territorial over all things around him. He was sitting a two person desk with an identical desk caddy corner to his. Everything on these two desks were under his control. I sat down at the other desk and tried to test out his wants/needs by moving and trying to see ...

    Where did you go to school Mum, Dad - Sanawar?

    A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 28, 2014

    17 photos

    ... intitally given to those of pure "European" parentage.
    Whilst my great grandmother, Rose Clarke, was a one of the original students who went to this school ( around 1875ish) and would have qualified under the original criteria (her father died in Jhansi in 1871 possibly from cholera), by the 1930-40s, the school's attendance criteria was less constricting. Suffice to say both parents graduated from the school; ...

    The Garden, the Architect and the Angel

    A travel blog entry by tommymansell on Oct 01, 2012

    2 photos

    ... bazaars along tiny streets, still noise and mess and busyness. The really interesting bit about Chandigargh is one man's reaction to all these city grids ploughing through his homeland, razing villages and replacing old crooked paths with die straight highways. Nek Chand began work on a rock garden. He used rubble and concrete and waste from the city to create something that has become a sort of wonderland, with waterfalls topped by naive figures, tiny huts seen ...

    A HIghway Crash and Clash

    A travel blog entry by markkacik on Apr 04, 2011

    4 photos

    ... us. Then, shortly before they leave, the police tell us not to have our hopes high, it is not likely we will be taken care of.

    We wait in hope. 1am, 2am, 3am, 4am......finally at 5am a group of 16 form and together we decide to find a way out before the sun rises to avoid the blazing heat. Flagging down buses as they pass by we happen upon one that can take us to a local bus station. We pack the bus with our luggage and ...