Hotel Centre Point
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Ladakh. When we got to Srinagar, we were stopped before our destination of Dal Gate by too much water on the main road, and stories that downtown was now under water as well. This place is actually a disaster area. Over 160 people died in the flooding, thousands were stranded, and that is where the army is focussing their rescue efforts. There is no phone, landlines or cellular phone, no internet and on/off electricity. The road to Jammu is closed. The ...
... baby! Julie steps back outside to look at a small boat drifting toward ours. It's festooned with flowers and helmed by a man who identifies himself as Mr. Magnificent. She buys some flower seeds unique to the region, digging the local exchange. Akbar has arranged the itinerary for the day and it sounds like a winner, so we put on every piece of clothing we have packed (okay, that's an exaggeration... but not much of one) and head out. Steve has even borrowed a ...
... hour in the middle of the lake. Then tried to sell every kind of **** too me but after passing on it all they took me back. Today was mountain trip. And it left me thinking one thing. How can you overpay when it's priceless? I mean the views from the road up there and around that area was absolutely breathtaking. Of course I had to pay to get in there too, 1500 for a donkey ride. But how much could it have cost to drive up ...
... curtains fell from each window creating a shadowy effect with carpets on the walls and floors. It felt very cosy as we settled for a few nights. We took a boat ride, a gnarled old man gently paddled us and like a gondola we reclined on brightly embroidered rugs and gazed across the lake, I liked the cucumbers growing on little islands and the cheerful way any boat nearby stopped for a chat to pass the time of day, life passes slowly here. ...
... surrounded by a brownish haze where clear mountain views should have been. Scenic? No way, not this this time of year. We looked at each other questioning if this was really Srinagar!
Entering town, we drove along the large Dal Lake on our right and another waterway on our left. We passed the strip of land in front of the gardens and onto the "boulevard' or houseboat row.