Hotel Alasia

Address: The Lower Mall, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, 173204, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on The Lower Mall, Kasauli.
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      Travel Blogs from Kasauli

      That train ride..at last...

      A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Jan 28, 2015

      17 photos

      ... Each time we entered a tunnel they would to a man, and woman, let
      out a huge cheer. This was originally intended to amuse their children, of which
      there could have been at least 200, but the rest of us were soon taking part
      with great gusto. The party atmosphere increased as they unveiled huge bags
      full of interesting and revoltingly unhealthy looking snacks and drinks. These they
      generously shared with everyone else but then, to our horror, dispatched ...

      26 October Cyclng Day 7

      A travel blog entry by paulmdickinson on Oct 26, 2014

      45 photos

      ... grip. I keep going as I want to get to camp before it gets darker. After a couple more stops to catch my breath I'm nearly there. Riding into camps there's a few cheers and 'well done Paul's. What a relief to have made it.

      The camp is set in pine trees, which is pretty, its cool though due to how high we are. Again the camp is well laid out, we're on a slope with the tents spread out nicely. After bringing Adrian's and my bag to the tent I ...

      The road to Amritsar

      A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 26, 2014

      ... there were 60,000 in town for a political convention so it would be too crowded to go tonight. Just our luck. But they compromised by taking us to the Shri Dargiana, a Hindu temple. Our driver stayed with us and told us all about it along the way because he is Hindi. He parks a little bit away and we walk up through the gates. There is a place where you are to take off your shoes and check them with the workers. It is Hindi custom not to wear shoes inside their temples ...

      Where did you go to school Mum, Dad - Sanawar?

      A travel blog entry by lcdp on Mar 28, 2014

      17 photos

      ... them available in the digital library. Given I'm chasing several of my rellies here, I have become a fan of this gent, so it was great to be able to make contact and now I can bug him for specific data. I was also able to deliver a magazine that the Canadian Old Sanawarians had published - some of the content is applicable to me in that they had committed a large portion of the magazine to Dad and his writings, and I ...

      Chuk - Chuk -Chuk

      A travel blog entry by kasturi on May 26, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... in salwar - kameez of pastel shades (soothing summer colours); some young men clad in cool T-shirts, Bermudas, sunglasses, costly watches, caring a sling bag of laptop around and a back - pack; some real glam dolls with body hugging tops and slacks, with loads of charcoal highlighting their eyes, which were for others to see as because they were themselves more into talking (constantly to someone -maybe boyfriend!! over their real expensive mobile handsets) ...