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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... limited and I wanted to revisit some of my favorite places here before leaving. So I went to Jimmy's. As usual, there is no Bolognese to be ordered. I got some mushroom chicken Alfredo and a cup of cappuccino. I must give Rinzin's cafe credit for they do make way better cappuccino than this so called Italian place. However, the food smelled heavenly. I wolfed down half the plate when I started feeling queazy and realized that I'd better slow down ...
... It is a missionary organization disguised as an English teaching NGO. It feels like that other than Aren, all who work there are from the US. There was a guy from Taxes, Ben, who happened to be trained from the same missionary organization where my in laws were before they went to Guatemala. That was interesting. He was super hesitant about his reason for coming to India which I thought was odd until I learnt that he wasn't sure if I was in the loop or not. Okay, I told ...
... and that is probably difficult. .................................... The walk down hill proved to be easier than I thought even-though it was raining hard. I was able to see Vickie as soon as the road curved. For some reason, whenever there is a thunderstorm in India, it always looses power though power is usually restored very fast. I found out why. Now unlike my father, who teaches electrical engineering for a living, I don't have a trained eye for how messed up ...
... monk, not associated with any monastery any more but living by himself. He is not working right now. He said he used to teach Tibetan language culture and history at a local school here. For reasons unknown to me, throughout the conversation, I gradually found him untrustworthy. I really cannot pinpoint why, he seemed nice and attentive and was very pleasant. Must be something in his spirit I guess. You may feel this to be very rude, but I ...
... Pathankot (80kms) in Punjab is known is
the gateway to Dalhousie.
PLACES TO VISIT:
24 km from Dalhousie. It is about
6,500 feet (2,000 m) above sea level. On 7 July 1992, Mr. Willy T. Blazer,
Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India ...