Hotel Crystal Palace
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... a man appeared on a horse being led through the streets followed by a brass band all decked out in bright uniforms, school children blowing whistles, horns and banging drums with a band in a pick-up bringing up the rear. This procession, something to do with the elephant-headed god Ganesha, we were told, turned back on itself two or three times in the narrow streets before heading off. ...
... offices trying to figure out how we were going to get out of Shimla. As we sat there with tears of frustration, we noticed a group looking at us. Seeing that we were upset this group of Indian tourists came over and asked us what was wrong. The three women even got teary eyed themselves seeing our distress. This family turned out to be our nights in shining armor. The family consisted of three couples from Assam in north east India, who ...
... gracious building. In all there were 13 or 14 Viceroy's of India. Our guide said that " The Viceroy had flarish parties." I love to hear his terminology. My favorite from yesterday was, " ...and he became dead." Cracks me up. I digress.... A different time and era. It is sad for me to see the toll the weather and climate have taken on the building. And the gardens! There used to be a staff of 44 just for the gardens.
Inside there is ...
... zagged at race car speed up and down the mountain range. It was so moebie!!! Within the first two hours, two people vomited in the bus. One had the courtesy to use a bag, and the other idiot just popped it down the isle! After eating two really rich creamy curries that day, and flying around the bus, it wasnt long before i was the third casualty. Dane held my hair back as I threw a tiger down the river gorge on the side of the road. After getting woken up at 4am by ...
... pogoda - przywitala nas typowo angielska mzawka, mgla i chlod. Wszak wzgorza, na ktorych polozona jest Simla rozciagaja sie na wysokosci siegajacej 2300 metrow! Swoja droga autobus wyrzucil nas jakies 300 metrow nizej, wiec trekking wysokogorski z pelnym osprzetem mamy juz zaliczony :)
Miasteczko tonie nie tylko w chmurach ale rowniez w dzikich tlumach hipstersko-japiszonskiej "warszawki" z Delhi, ktora spedza tutaj chyba kazdy weekend. The Mall przypomina pod tym ...