Hotel Centre Point
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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This is kashmir. A place caught in between countries, culture and religion. History hasn't been great here, but the people seen to have adjusted. Like most places in the last few decades the problem stems from Islam. The traditions and beliefs are different from what the countries laws are. I'm afraid things won't get better. The new prime minister Modi is Hindu, he has been accused of killing Muslims ...
... we would be spies as part of some American-Israeli plot. After the trek we regrouped at Narang. There was a gypsie wedding that night, which we weren't able to stay for, but we did see the preparations. I wish we could've stayed because there was a lot of really good looking food being cooked. While waiting for transport back to Srinagar, we started playing cards at the tea house. I wish I had a photo of the conservative Kashmiri men staring open mouthed in ...
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 ...
... pashmina, trinkets, paper mâché ornaments to hand crafted bags. They are very persistence even though we told them we were not interested. Their favorite phrase was "looking is free" Later on we went to the two Mughal Gardens - Nishat and Shalimar. The gardens look great for the season . Some of the trees were already turning rust. We were lucky there were still some flowers for my fellow friends to go trigger happy. We met a family ...
... somewhat strange but rather lovely to to see lush moist vegetation.
Srinagar is the summer capital of the Indian State of Kashmir and Jammu. It is situated in the Kashmir valley and lies on the Jhelum River, a tributary of the mighty Indus which was such a familiar friend to us in Pakistan. The river divides the city in two parts that are connected by its nine famous bridges. It has a population of some 1.2 million.
Srinagar, once the darling of ...