Camper Holiday

Address: Village Sanawar,P.O. Sanawar, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, 173201, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Village Sanawar,P.O. Sanawar, Solan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Solan

      Enchanting Vales of Heavenly abode..Leh & Ladakh

      A travel blog entry by bhavika_sharma5 on Jul 08, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... to even 20,000/- . We preferred to go the simple way and cut our costs on lodging. The second day we explored the iconic places ..Shankaracharya Temple, Chashm-e-shahi, Pari Mahal, Botanical Garden. We planned to skip the other famous places for a second time visit. We rather went for shopping in the Government Handicraft store wherein one can get all the materials from clothes to shawls to jewellery. The must buying items include Kashmiri walnuts, wooden ...

      Nek Chand's Rock Garden

      A travel blog entry by tonztosee on Aug 19, 2011

      3 comments, 17 photos

      The drive from Shimla to Rishikesh is quite long and so we decided to take a days break in Chandigarh, the youngest city of India, designed by LeCombusier. Well, we found the place rather square, designed for motor vehicles more than for pedestrians. There is less rubbish and more green space but, all in all, it is, in our opinion, lacking atmosphere.

      Still, it was worth ...

      TASHI DELEK from BON MENRI MONASTERY!

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... man with shaven head who was wearing deep red and blue robes. We just glanced at each other, smiled and I immediately jumped into the moving bus. That was my introduction to the kind hospitality of monks & Tibetan people living in Dolanji. After only one day I felt like I was living there for weeks. Welcome smiles, kind hearts, good words and great sense of humor make this place very special.

      And of course, the teaching, rituals, ...

      The Surrealists (from Chandigarh to Amritsar)

      A travel blog entry by taylor_tails on Jun 23, 2010

      ... up donating out 600 rupee deposit)

      Besides the Golden temple and the Silver temple (a famous Hindu temple) there wasn't that much to do in Amritsar. Rhetta and I were able to hire a Rickshaw driver to show us the main sites and to take us to a nearby town on the border of Pakistan called Attari to watch the famous Pakistan/Hindustan border closing ceremony, which was also amazing. To be honest it felt like wherever Rhetta and I went the ...

      A rose by any other name

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Jan 21, 2010

      3 photos

      ... by the Swiss born Le Corbusier who was looking to build a city based on order and arithmetic. It has wide, tree lined streets and the city is divided in to sectors each having shops, schools and places of worship. The end result is that in many ways it feels quite European (in fact I am sure if Milton Keynes is looking to twin with an Indian city it could start here!!!) and is definitely unlike any other city we have ...