Hotel Golmaheem

Address: 31 N H Sisa Golai, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 31 N H Sisa Golai, Gangtok.
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    Travel Blogs from Gangtok

    Gangtok

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Aug 09, 2014

    18 photos

    ... to become a very regular hangout for pretty much all of us on the trip! The had English breakfasts which included bacon (not brilliant but still bacon... the first proper stuff since Georgia) and baked beans. We were happy.
    We then went up to a monastery up on a hill above town. The only problem was that we are at altitude again (only about 2000m) and that meant with the season we would have cloud sitting around us making the place look atmospheric. We ...

    Darjeeling- more tea vicar?

    A travel blog entry by porkchopjim on Oct 31, 2013

    2 comments

    ... same as the rest and there was pretty constant traffic both sides with drivers trying to navigate their way through. As always there is constant beeping and organised but chaotic overtaking. One of the other things we noticed is with the change of ethnicity came a change of atmosphere and attitude. Just from sitting in the jeep we could see more people were smiling and being happy, laughing and joking and just generally looked like they were enjoying life more- as you would ...

    Leslie's Trip Review: Shangri-La Regency

    A travel blog entry by leve-cowles on Feb 26, 2013

    ... the lounge was phenomenal. Samuel, especially, was always on hand to help with the fire, get something from the bar, serve breakfast or dinner, you name it. And, as others have said, you never have the impression that a tip is expected. And it would have been awkward and tedious to do so every time. So, we just waited until our final time in the lounge to tip for the entire stay.

    If I ever have the pleasure of returning to Darjeeling, I will undoubtedly stay at the Shangri-La ...

    Tea and Trains.

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Nov 15, 2012

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... wearing bright yellow flowers round their necks and we saw a couple of unfortunate chickens getting their necks broken, probably for Divali dinner! To celebrate our success at the ticket office we went back to Glenary's for more tea and cakes.

    Tuesday morning we walked to the other end of Darjeeling through some wide, quiet, leafy streets which were so different from the madness of the day before. We passed some large brick houses and St Andrew's Church ...

    Time for tea and epic journeys

    A travel blog entry by ceris333 on Apr 27, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... of gazing out over tea plantations into the Himalayas, all you could see from the ridge top was a cloudy abyss. I took the "toy train" (a narrow gauge steam train) to nearby Ghoom, which was fun, but Ghoom was even more gloomy and cloud covered, with poor visibility even ten metres away, lending it quite a surreal air. I really wanted to take a 4am jeep to nearby Tiger Hill to see sunrise over the Himalayas, but was worried whether I would be able to see anything if it was ...