Classic Guesthouse (Dant Kothi)

Address: C R Das Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on C R Das Road, Darjeeling, is near Tiger Hill, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, and Barbotey Rock Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

Arubote, Ilam

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on May 11, 2013

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... took place whereby they and their chaperones huddled under some umbrellas, while family and friends danced around them in circles, and some threw red rice as a form of tikka onto the umbrellas. The couple then took their places in the wedding grotto and... nothing happened. Unlike Western weddings, there was no exchange of vows or signing of registers and for a while, we sat while people came and went, looked busy, chatted and eventually began to looked bored. At one point the ...

A quiet day - really?

A travel blog entry by pigsfoot on Mar 28, 2013

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... book and they said go to xzfdtenjj Brothers in the main market. I never did understand the name.

So, I thought, what could possibly go wrong?

First, I had to descend around 200 steep steps with treads made for locals with small. Then I went further down to the main market. Now spent 40 mins trying to find the shop. I must have prayed to Ganesh as I spied a sign halfway up the wall down a very narrow alley. ...

The day the earth stood still

A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Feb 22, 2012

... eagles, kites and giant vultures gliding, circling and then swooping with effortless elegance, on the back of warm jets of air emanating from the valley floors, below. For the majority of the morning the road continues to meander through small villages, mainly Nepali, but on a few occasions we see the main reason why the road is maintained – wooden fences are replaced by barbed wire and sentry posts as we come within 100 metres of Indian army barracks.

Without ...

Tea and Toy Trains

A travel blog entry by johnandalison on Nov 07, 2011

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... in the colonial architecture of classic buildings such the Planters Club and numerous tea shops where we sampled more than a couple cups of the local brew. The wood construction and gingerbread detailing was an inviting change for the concrete buildings which seems to be the standard practice throughout India.

Once the skies had cleared, Darjeeling was a delightful spot to recharge from the trials and tribulations of travel in northern India and ...

Day 122: Out Past Curfew

A travel blog entry by gascon on Jun 13, 2011

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... for my camera so I could take a few photos.

The mountaineering museum was actually pretty interesting with a few displays that put our location into context. We were in the foothills of the tallest mountains in the world that pretty much dwarf anything else on the planet. Their majesty can’t be denied, and the insanity of those that first tried ...