Kasauli Regency Hotel
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... sickness (we are now at 7,100 feet) or general fatigue and doesn't join us for dinner. Another has lost his appetite because his home is at this very moment being battered by a hurricane in Hawaii, and he wants to check on the news and be by the phone and emails in his room. We're happy (?) to have another night of wi-fi to be upset by all that is going on the world. Maybe being off the grid for the next three weeks would be better for our total well ...
... really started to click and they could really get this. We were modeling some of the assessment tasks, I was the child, and they would have to determine how to assess the child. And they got it!! It was so great. We set up a schedule for each of us for tomorrow to go into specific teachers at different times to help start the assessment. The realization hit today that we aren't going to be here forever nada he that we only have three days ...
... You wash your hands with water and walk through the flowing water. At this point you enter a big open area outside of the temple. A lot of people were sitting on the ground, I'm not sure why. Then you walk in and at the entrance there are Hindu Gods there. Then you just see a huge walkway up to the temple surrounded by water. We got warned that the gates would close in five minutes, but we still went on. We walked down the path and as you get closer you hear the songs ...
... we took off again with me wondering what tree he might leave us around!
We had arranged to go to Kalka to the railway station to try and book rail tickets on the toy train to Shimla and after joining one queue to be told to naff off and go "round the back", we finally found the booking office buried down the end of the station in a tiny office. No joy there so we gave it a miss and decided that we may just have to bus it there ...
... district, Sector 17. I asked a policeman for directions and he took me there, but insisted that we stop for a glass of chai (tea) along the way. All that the tourist office could offer was a not-very-detailed map of the city and some random tourist brochures. Instead they gave me the address of the main tourism office in an administrative headquarters building a kilometre or so away in adjacent Sector 9. On finding this office, they at ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking