Grand View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Dalhousie
... day being shown around the old city by a local historian and guide. Abdul was very eccentric but he was very interesting to listen to and this was one of the most genuine experiences I've had so far. It was fascinating to listen to him talk about the situation in Kashmir and he took us to many parts of the city we'd never have seen on our own. Abdul would answer most of our questions but some of our more direct questions about Kashmir clearly made him a bit uncomfortable and he would ...
... actually understood what I was saying. Then they got to go outside and play after tea. Tibetan tea is a very interesting its made with hot water milk butter and salt. I tried it yesterday and it wasn't good at all so today I didn't want to be rude but I didn't have any when they offered me some. But the little snack that they gave us was made from wheat and it was good but not really great it was kinda like eating half cooked cookie dough without the sweetness and more flour. ...
... set of stairs to the gate, then the house is the third alcove on the left... And that's the easy way to get there!
I cannot say enough about the people here. The Tibetan community in exile is one of the most caring and driven groups of people I have ever met. I'm sure some of the others will share their families' stories, but I have no doubt that almost every person living in this tiny town has had their share of hardships in the past 50 years. It has been ...
... a good sign. There are two reasons for this. First, it indicates that the driver is not super-macho Mr. Testosterone. Second, it acts as a limiter to the driver's aggressiveness, lest the figurines slam into the windshield/roof and get beat to hell.
... by. A nearby café terrasse seemed like an ideal spot to wait and have a good cup of coffee – a rarity in India. We were joined by Masoud, a Persian man whom we had met the day before. We were there with plenty of time to spare before his arrival, and watched as the crowd along the street swelled from a few dozen to a few hundred people. A jeep tried to park itself right in our view of the road, but thankfully when I asked him to move he was cool about it, ...