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

      A Winding Road to a Colonial Hill Station

      A travel blog entry by wareameye on Aug 08, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... in and piled on top of each other and hanging out of windows and doors. We reach Chandigarh at about 11:30am and meet our four drivers. Our vehicles have signage in the front and back windows "Toto Tours 1", "Toto Tours 2," etc. It is a sweet touch, including our rainbow logo. I wonder if the locals will notice? We drive through Chandigarh, and are immediately impressed by the wide boulevards and absolute absence of rubbish (a total contrast to ...

      The road to Amritsar

      A travel blog entry by wanderwall on Jul 26, 2014

      ... our wants, needs, and emotions. And rejecting what we don't want. All behavior is communication! - Crying, hitting, running, screaming, pulling your hand, grabbing, etc. - All of this behavior serves a function for your child, whether they are seeking attention, escaping from the situation, etc. Nonverbal children, especially, often have behaviors because they cannot communicate with language. If you can imagine, this is so frustrating! - They use these to try and get ...

      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 ...

      The Drive - honk. Honk honk honk. HOOOOONK

      A travel blog entry by lab99 on Jul 27, 2012

      11 photos

      ... side. The ones we saw were heading to a temple and the passengers pay 50 rupees (just under an Aussie $).


      There are loads of toll gates. They generally cost 20-30 rupees (35-55 cents). Some of the booths were so far from the car windows that another toll attendant would take the money and hand it through a heavily secured box. They always get a surprise when they see our white faces and we were always given a big smile.


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      Off to a rocky start

      A travel blog entry by lbc on Sep 05, 2010

      5 photos

      ... calibre and western chain food shops, Subway, KFC, Omega.....although we seem to struggle again on a Sunday to find restaurants open. We do however find a cafe like place which is ok. There are so many rickshaws everywhere and lots of people – although they all seem to be men. We see very few women generally here. It’s a lot more westernized as well in many ways like dress, mannerisms and gadgets they have. The ...