Hotel Le Royale
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... necessary. You will be glad to hear that it wasn't necessary. The strongest piece of advice was not to eyeball the monkeys as they see it as a challenge and go in to attack mode. (We can’t help singing… 'won’t you take me to… monkey town’).
Shimla is beautiful. The temperature is cool up here. We have been sitting in the grounds of the Indian Institute for Advanced Studies, which was once the residence of the Viceroy of India and the place where ...
... for one hour of internet access and Alex decides to go check out the environs. I’m blogging away and I hear a thump, turn around to see what it was and a monkey was coming straight at me. I was out the door faster than anyone has ever seen me move. Ragur, our guide in Agra said he has had monkeys in his house and they can be very destructive. Last time it happened his wife was screaming - the monkey took ...
... called Hill Stations in the hills of Dharamsala, Shimla and other places. Shimla developed into the official Summer Capital by 1864. And until 1939, the entire government of India fled there to escape the sweltering heat of the plains.
We planned ride the bus to the resort town of Shimla for a few days before boarding the UNESCO heritage toy train south through the scenic mountains to Kalka. Then, after a brief ...
... the heat of the
plains, Dev had arranged for us to stay at his sisters house. We paid
for room and board and shared life with a mother, two daughters and a
cousin. Much to their amusement, we promised to cook on the second
night. This was to prove quiet difficult as many of the ingredients
we are used to are hard to find in this part of the world. We ...
... to steal the glasses right off tourists' faces. That made me nervous. I spent the rest of the hike alternating between sight made uncomfortable by the state of constant panic I was in, and semi-blindness made more comfortable by the fact that I was confident my face wouldn't be scratched in a battle to save my glasses. Needless to say, I spent a lot of time with my hands holding my glasses to my eyes, ready to stuff them in my bag, and in the end ...