Hotel Gulmarg Regency
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... busy with people and fairly well
fixed for monkeys also. Built in 1903, the railway sports a formidable 103 tunnels and 864
bridges. It is a truly remarkable feat of engineering as well as a stimulating,
fun ride which even the Disney Corporation could never emulate. It is a
sensational chug down from the dizzy heights of Shimla at 7234 feet to Kalka at
the bottom of the mountains which itself is 2152 feet, above sea level.
We read an absorbing ...
The most exciting way of getting to Shimla is by way of the Kalka to Shimla narrow gauge railway or toy train as they are known. Kalka. Is a main line station with good connections from Delhi. I caught an overnight train fro Delhi at about 2100 whichever arrived in Kalka about 0500 the following day. This is just in time for the prestige 0600 train up to Shimla. This needs booking in advance throughout the year and reservations open 30 days in advance ...
... couples on their honeymoons. We only saw about four other white people while we were there! We were asked by so many couples to get our photos taken with them - at first we didn't mind but eventually the novelty wears off! Even so, it was always nice to speak with the couples as they were all very friendly.
We spent a lot of time walking around Shimla - the town is too small to really need a taxi, and there is no public transport that's for ...
... in the nice, cool and clean town of Shimla. While the town itself was more or less entirely aimed at rich domestic tourists, the climate and the surrounds were beautiful. Although we stayed for a couple of days, aside from eating and relaxing we didn’t do too much. While Joe had a cell-like windowless room, Penny and I shared a room made nearly entirely of mirrors. The round bed was in the centre of the room, and I only really ...
... pale dwarf pink rhododendron shrubs.
Jallori Pass is a very short passage through the mountain ridge with a temple and ...