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... of price v room facilities. And as we had arrived in the dark we could't see the view from our balcony, we will just have to wait until the morning for that.
Well morning came and we could understand now, where the hotel got it's name.
It was a white out! we were so high up the clouds were below us and all around us and we couldn't see a thing!
So a bit later when the clouds did ...
... We commission a car to take us on our way. We are heading for Kalka, but stop off at Pinjore on the way to admire these seventeenth century Yadavindra Moghal gardens. The gardens are built on seven terraced levels with water features running down the centre. the water is low so, only a few of the fountains are in operation and the waterfalls are not falling. Still, it gives an idea as to the bygone grandeur of this place. It's 10am and we haven't had breakfast so ...
... cold at night, Shimla was beautiful and I'm very glad I came. It's a little town set high up on a ridge in the middle of mountains. No vehicles are allowed in the town center and it was full of small shops and cafes that reminded me of ...
... but we figured you can't half ass overlong travelling times.
The train between Kalka and Shimla follows a slowly ascending track, completed in 1903 for the British that found that ruling India in the summer was simply too hot and so moved the entire capital up north every year. True story. The trip starts out beautiful with the views becoming increasingly better as time creeps on. It would've been worth it just for hanging out of an open door with ...
... told us that the road would bifurcate from Kelodhar after a while and we should take the upper road to Naglog, not the road descending to Rampur. She was right.
After dropping her, we turned back and found our way onto the Naglog road. This was on yet another mountain ridge overlooking a ...