Emporium Apartments Hotel

G.P.O Square (Gandhi Chowk), Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, 176304, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on G.P.O Square (Gandhi Chowk), Dalhousie.
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Travel Blogs from Dalhousie

India McLeodganj

A travel blog entry by poeticdrifter on Jul 08, 2014

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... because there are no sidewalks and the streets are to tight for both vehicles and pedestrians, no one would move if they didn't honk. I could imagine how peaceful this place would be if they didn't allow vehicles at all. At least in this town anyways. This is monsoon season and they say that it rains here more than anywhere else in India during this time. It's not that bad thou, the weather is still warm and it's only pours for a few minutes at a time. ...

Cold but very cool Kashmir

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Apr 21, 2014


... town have had to be abandoned as they have been neglected for so long. It's such a shame. As well as wandering through a maze of alleys, seeing local markets and walking through the 'Palestine of Kashmir' (lots of 'Go India, Go' and 'Welcome Taliban' graffiti) we saw more temples, mosques and even where Jesus is buried! There's a theory (possibly crackpot...) that Jesus survived the crucifixion and came to Kashmir and is actually buried here. The temple is quite... controversial and so ...

Day 8 and 9

A travel blog entry by marieolson on Jul 23, 2013


Well after s crazy bumpy plane.ride we got to Dharamsala and its the most beautiful place I have ever seen. I'm right in the side of a mountain in the Himalayas I look out my window and I have the most beautiful view and when it's cloudy it like I'm living in a cloud. Yesterday I went and visited the Dali Lama's temple and it was so interesting there ...

Golden Temple/ Meditation Course/ Tibetan Families

A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 19, 2012

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... town with an inspiring story, beautiful natural surroundings, and welcoming home stay families. We have all done our best to make the most of our days here, learning about the struggles of Tibetan exiles in India and around the world. My favorite day so far (which will almost certainly be rivaled by seeing the Dali Lama tomorrow) was the day I walked to a nearby town to visit Dal Lake, a local attraction which is reputedly sacred to followers of Lord Krishna. I ...

How to hire a taxi

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Apr 25, 2012

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Note: I don't mean to come across as a bigot by assuming the masculine, but so far I haven't run across any female taxi drivers. The profession is probably too dangerous for women given their vulnerability with passengers seated behind and the potential for being directed to a remote area. However there are many female police officers, which isn't exactly a safe job either...but at least in that case they have weapons and combat training.

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