Hotel Broadway

Maulana Azad Road, Srinagar, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 190001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Maulana Azad Road, Srinagar, is near Nagin Lake, Mughal Gardens, Manasbal Lake, and Tso Moriri.
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    Travel Blogs from Srinagar

    It is getting worst...

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... need to return to Leh. However, petrol is getting scarce, so we'll need to find a taxi or bus using diesel. A group of five Indian tourists are doing the same and we might team up to find a solution. One thing is for sure, we can still count our blessings. We are lucky to have a comfortable place to stay at half its usual price. We are lucky to have electricity most of the time. We are lucky it is warmer, even though it is a bit too hot. I am ...

    Himalayas by moto: Patnitop to Srinegar, rest day

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... some rather swaggering Valentino black leather pull on boots from a nice little Lal Chowk shoe shop. This soarsto beone ofthe nicershipping areasin Srinegar. One advantage of the moonboots though is protection. They're inflexible for a reason, avoiding snapped ankles. They also have shin protection. It will be a pity if I come off not wearing them and get a preventable injury. Maybe I'll wear them at least on days where we expect river crossings, as ...

    India Part 1: Kashmir

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Sep 19, 2013

    79 photos

    ... going about daily life on the trails: carrying brush for fires and use in their houses, herding goats, sheep, and cattle, and bringing goods from town. There were generally two types of camps. The first are more permanent dwellings. These are built use timber and earth into the hillside. The other camps / villages generally make use of wood, thatch, and tarp or cloth, and resemble tents or t-pees. The villagers are friendly and welcoming with some tea or local ...

    Return to the houseboat

    A travel blog entry by slobodanka on Jun 24, 2013

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    What a difference! Our new driver was calm, friendly and an excellent driver. On the way we stopped at the Dras war memorial. Very well done and like all very sad. Scenery superb and we could take it in more calmly. Definitely a good decision to change drivers and well worth the money. As we got closer to Srinagar it was getting hot and uncomfortable. We phoned the houseboat when we got close and by the time ...

    This is Srinagar

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Oct 08, 2012

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    ... temperature was perfect as we drove along the boulevard. We stopped to observe action on the Lake. Several boats were collecting water plants from the lake. Weeds from the lake are extracted and converted into compost for the gardens.

    Large industrial sprinklers blew water in the air to address the eutrophication of the lake. The Indian government has a plan to spend million to reverse the ...